NCC Magazine Summer 2021
Smile for the camera
Your photos, taken with a cell phone or point-and-shoot camera, could help inform scientists and conservation. Read more >
Visit the Asquith property
Wildflowers, rolling sand dunes, scenic landscapes...This property in Saskatchewan has them in spades.
Be a citizen scientist
Help out scientists by taking part in a bioblitz — right in your own backyard.
Invertebrate conservation biologist Jennifer Heron makes sure she has her point-and-shoot camera with her whenever she heads into nature. Read more >
Nature at work
Find out why nature is our greatest ally when it comes to the twinned crises of biodiversity loss and climate change. Read an excerpt here >
Atlantic salmon can travel up to 100 kilometres per day in the ocean. Read more >
One of Ontario’s largest protected areas; controlling the spread of invasive phragmites in Quebec; expanding the protection of PEI’s salt marshes.
A legacy of conservation
This summer marks the official retirement of NCC’s former president and CEO, John Lounds. We look back at some highlights of his tenure. Read more >
Pathway to happiness
Carleton University researcher John Zelenski is studying the many reasons why nature may be your happy place. Read more >
The sound of crossbills helps a family connect to nature and the wider world during the pandemic. Read more >