Coyote Lake, UNSRB, AB (Photo by NCC)

Coyote Lake, UNSRB, AB (Photo by NCC)

Stories From the Field

  • Polyphemus moth (Photo by Greg Pohl)
    Shining a light on moth diversity

    Moths are not as widely adored as butterflies, but they are diverse, ecologically important and beautiful in their own right.
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  • A sharp-tailed grouse displaying at a lek in Alberta (Photo by Leta Pezderic / NCC staff)
    A wildlife experience worth an early rise

    The reward of waking up at painfully early hours to survey wildlife can last a lifetime.
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  • Sagebrush at sunset (Photo by Sean Feagan / NCC Staff)
    Indigenous-led conservation: Part of the path forward

    The pathway to Reconciliation is long and complex, but Indigenous-led conservation can help forge the way.
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  • Tree planters at H.G. Lawrence. (Photo by Wild + Pine)
    Giving nature a helping hand

    Work to restore NCC's H.G. Lawrence property is underway, with the help of planting partner Wild + Pine.
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  • Emilie Brien talks to a group of students at NCC's Fleming Ranch (Photo by Derek Shackleford)
    Schools of thought amid flocks of birds and herds of elk

    Nature is a powerful teacher, so why not make the great outdoors a classroom?
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  • Bumblebee on rose (Photo by Sean Feagan/NCC staff)
    Protecting our pollinators: From small seeds to large landscapes

    Alberta’s native bee species, a diverse group of pollinators essential to both ecosystems and agriculture, need our help.
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