Traditional Acadian forest, Chignecto Region, NS (Photo by NCC)

Traditional Acadian forest, Chignecto Region, NS (Photo by NCC)

Stories From the Field

  • Red Head, NB (Photo By ACAP Saint John)
    Thank a wetland!

    NCC staff assessed wetlands in and around the harbour. These wetlands provide valuable ecosystem services to all of us. Ecosystem services are natural functions of wetlands, which provide direct and indirect economic, cultural and social benefits to people.
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  • Adam, Leah and Cash, Musquash Estuary, NB (Photo by Adam Wilkins)
    It started with a hatchet and a dream

    The wilderness trails that Leah and Adam have worked on connect to the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s Five Fathom Hole and Black Beach Trails, and the trail network extends from the community of Lorneville to Prince of Wales.
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  • Denise Roy, NB Conservation Representative
    An Internship Turns into 20 Years with NCC

    Twenty years since she started as an intern with NCC, Denise Roy still has a passion for nature.
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  • Semipalmated sandpiper (Photo by NCC)
    Everything you need to know for safe and positive shorebird viewing

    When bird watching at important shorebirds habitat, remember to keep your distance, don't bring pets, walk softly, keep noise and activity levels low and don't litter.
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  • Painted Turtles at Sunset Valley (Photo by NCC)
    An unexpected yet successful turn of events at Sunset Valley

    Come along with the conservation team to New Brunswick's Sunset Valley and see what we can find.
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  • Beth Brooks, Conservation Intern (Photo by NCC)
    First steps as a summer intern

    This summer, NCC’s Atlantic Region will host 13 paid internships. Today’s interns are aspiring professionals, and by investing in them, you are contributing to Canada’s conservation leaders of tomorrow.
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