Spring 2024

Through and through

Guest letter from the editor

What’s in a name?

Migrating birds will soon be returning to Canadian skies. Let’s pause and think about what their names mean.

St. Peters Harbour and Lake Run

The crashing of ocean waves and refreshing breezes brings a calm and peaceful feeling.

A spring swell

The sounds of familiar chirps and buzzes are a sign of spring and a reminder to join the Small Acts of Conservation challenge.

Empowered by nature

Jessica Burylo flourishes as her full, autistic self when spending time outdoors.

Present and accounted for

Conserving areas of biodiversity that are representative of landscapes and species not yet protected is essential to creating resilient ecosystems.

The beaver

Canada’s quintessential aquatic engineer and wetland builder.

Project updates

Protecting coastal habitat in BC; conserving a key migratory bird rest stop in Saskatchewan; a conservation partnership in Nova Scotia.

Common ground

Margaret Rosling brings Indigenous interests and conservation together.

Prairie ABCs

An art project weaving together Maritime tradition with the Prairie landscape.

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These stories originally appeared in the spring 2024 issue of the Nature Conservancy of Canada Magazine. To learn more about how you can receive the magazine, click here.

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