Puffins (Photo by Bill Caulfeild-Browne)

Puffins (Photo by Bill Caulfeild-Browne)

Feature Stories

  • Yellow warbler (Photo by NCC)
    On the flyway to home: Get to know Canada's migratory birds

    Each spring, skies across Canada are filled with the sights and sounds of millions of birds arriving home from their southern wintering grounds. Many birds travel along regular routes, known as flyways, in order to make the journey back to Canada.
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  • Once a farm field, now a new wetland (Photo by NCC)
    Restoration: What viable ecosystems can do for us and how we can get there

    At the Nature Conservancy of Canada, we conserve biodiversity by acquiring and protecting important natural areas. But because of habitat degradation, NCC must often restore ecosystems in the areas where we work.
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  • Waterfall, Vidal Bay, ON (Photo by Esme Batten/NCC staff)
    Wrapping up the year with all that you’ve helped accomplish for nature

    It’s been a year of amazing conservation outcomes for the Nature Conservancy of Canada. Learn about 11 conservation highlights across Canada in 2021 and the priorities in the year ahead.
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  • Colpitt Lake in the Shaw Wilderness Park (Photo by Adam Cornick, Acorn Art & Photography)
    Why urban nature matters

    Urban natural environments provide many benefits to people, including cleaner air, recreation, food security and flood protection.
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  • Catherine Grenier, president and CEO of NCC (Photo by Geneviève Lesieur)
    Nature Conservancy of Canada makes 2021 List of Best Workplaces™ Managed by Women

    For the second year in a row, NCC has been included in a global list of the best workplaces led by women. Nearly 50 per cent of the organization's senior leadership identify as women.
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  • NCC President and CEO, John Lounds (Photo by Simon Wilson)
    Congratulations, John!

    Former CEO and president John Lounds was recently recognized for his work and commitment toward the protection of nature.
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  • Beaver Hills, Kallal property, AB (Photo by Brent Calver)
    Striking Balance returns for a second season

    Striking Balance Season 2 explores nine of Canada’s breathtaking UNESCO biosphere reserves, including some of the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s project areas.
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