Fort William, QC (Photo by Claude Duchaîne)

Fort William, QC (Photo by Claude Duchaîne)

Stories From the Field

  • Eastern red bat (Photo by Anita Gould, CC BY-NC)
    Bats: Legends and Wonders (Videos)

    Terrified, disgusted, enthralled? These bat videos are for everyone! This Halloween, follow us to learn more about the terrifying stories, needs and issues that haunt the fascinating world of bats!
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  • Snail on a leaf (Photo by bigwhites from Getty Images/Canva)
    Improving the health of our forests

    Fall is just around the corner, and we can look forward to the dramatic annual transformation of our forests. This time of year, when the majestic maple trees display their red and gold hues, is when Quebec is at its finest. Of course, the delicious maple syrup season in spring is also noteworthy! Most certainly, Canada’s emblematic tree is deserving of our pride! Yet, it could be in danger.
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  • Baby spiny softshell turtle, QC (Photo by NCC)
    Helping hatchlings at Pike River

    As part of a contest in collaboration with the Zoo de Granby, donors to the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) had the opportunity to release 24-hour-old spiny softshell turtles into their natural environment. A unique experience for participants to come into close contact with nature..
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  • Île aux Cerfeuils, Hochelaga Archipelago (Photo by Martin Beaulieu)
    The Partenariat pour les milieux naturels project

    The Partenariat pour les milieux naturels project (PPMN) is a co-funding agreement established between the Gouvernement du Québec and NCC in Quebec from 2020 to 2024. The PPMN aims to develop the network of protected areas located on private land through protection and knowledge acquisition activities, the establishment of nature reserves and the enhancement of natural environments.
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  • Western chorus frog (Photo by Ryan Bolton)
    Volunteer spotlight : Peter and Barbara Haughton

    Here at the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) summertime usually means we get to be out in the field completing important conservation work with the help of our awesome volunteers.
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  • Canada geese (Photo by John Sauro)
    Green infrastructure protects against flooding

    As a result of climate change, storms are becoming more frequent and intense. To address this, Intact Financial Corporation launched the Intact Adaptation Action Grants to support organizations that are developing practical solutions to reduce risks related to climate change, including flooding.
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