NCC magazine Spring 2021
Small Acts of Conservation
Join Canadians from coast to coast in helping nature with NCC’s Small Acts of Conservation challenge. Read more >
This serpentine network of wetlands is located along a stretch of the South Okanagan Valley near Osoyoos, British Columbia.
A safer sky for birds
Four affordable ways you can make your windows appear less reflective to lessen bird collisions. Read more >
Melissa Polak’s journal helps her connect to nature in a meaningful way. Read more >
Return of the wild
Plains bison have returned to an NCC property in Saskatchewan, and that is both ecologically and culturally significant. Read an excerpt here >
Spiny softshell turtle
Each spring, this endangered turtle makes its way to a shallow pond in Quebec to warm and feed itself. Read more >
Good news for moose in Atlantic Canada; conserving species at risk in Nova Scotia; and treasuring a native prairie grassland.
Speaking for the Earth
Biologist, Indigenous person and artist Rick Beaver weaves together Traditional Ecological Knowledge and science. Read more >
A boy and his father make a prehistoric discovery at NCC’s Nodwell property in Alberta. Read more >