NCC Magazine Summer 2019
Coming the week of July 1: Learn how to figure out your Nature Score, technologies that are empowering nature lovers and a species known as the harbinger of spring.
What’s your Nature Score?
Take the quiz and find out how connected you are to the natural world. Learn more >
Step back in time
Take a trip through 70 million years of our planet’s ecological history when you visit this site near Drumheller, Alberta.
A caring nature
NCC monthly donor Bill Armstrong is always happy to help nature as a Conservation Volunteer. Read more >
There’s an app for that
New technologies like the iNaturalist app are empowering nature lovers across Canada to contribute to the science of conservation. Read more >
Known as the harbinger of spring, the western bluebird’s song can be heard as the weather warms and wildflowers start blooming in western Canada. Read more >
Expanding a coastal haven for birds in Nova Scotia; Alvar research in Manitoba; Using citizen science in Quebec; Natural Heritage Conservation Program.
A natural enthusiasm
After 20 years of volunteering with NCC, Bruce MacLellan, chair of NCC’s national board, is just as excited about conservation as when he first started. Read more >
Working for nature
Two different, yet equally wonderful, internship experiences with NCC. Read more >
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