Spring 2018

NCC Magazine Spring 2018

NCC Magazine Spring 2018

Coming the week of April 16: Learn about how Conservation Volunteers help protect migratory bird habitats, NCC's efforts to protect habitat for a globally rare butterfly species, a conservation-minded rancher family building a lasting legacy...and more!


Letter from the Editor

For the birds

Honour the Convention for the the Protection of Migratory Birds by helping protect Canada’s habitats.

Magic fabric

Outdoor educator Jackie Pye never forgets to take her multi-purpose Indonesian sarongs into the great outdoors.


Hidden in plain sight

Read about how NCC is giving the Poweshiek skipperling a chance to survive in Manitoba here.

Species profile

Snapping turtle: Built like armoured tanks, with their mighty jaws and muscular build, these are Canada’s largest freshwater turtles.

Project updates

Protecting the island home of a nationally rare shrub, ensuring a family's natural legacy and honouring one man's efforts.

Home on the range

When it comes to tending to the cattle and land on Palmer Ranch in southwestern Alberta, it's all in the family.

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Close encounters: A chance to thrive

Senator Diane Griffin recalls a memorable encounter with a Thomson’s gazelle while on safari in Africa.

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