Winter 2020

NCC Magazine Winter 2020

NCC Magazine Winter 2020

Coming end of January: Learn about a shining example of large-scale conservation, the island haven for hundreds of species of migratory birds, and what NCC is doing to protect wildlife cooridors for indicator species threatened by habitat loss and fragmentation.


Letter to our supporters

Your gifts in action

Thank you for joining us in making the largest-ever charitable investment in conservation in Canada’s history with the Landmark Campaign. Read more >

Pelee Island, Ontario

In the warm, shallow waters of Lake Erie, Ontario’s Pelee Island is a haven for hundreds of species of migratory birds.

Trail bound

Sebastian Kandathil is an international student and Conservation Volunteer whose bike helps him connect with nature in new ways. Read more >

Connecting nature

Tallurutiup Imanga National Marine Conservation Area in Nunavut is a shining example of the power of large-scale conservation. Read more >


As both predator and prey, life is a fine balance for a bobcat. Read more >

Project updates

Festive fun in the fields with volunteers; Protecting the native Acadian forest of the Maritimes; Conserving an island ecosystem in Ontario.

Fighting for the future

When it comes to protecting nature, Adam Dhalla is looking up. Read more >

Mission (im)possible?

Searching for the threaded vertigo snail in British Columbia.

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