Winter 2024

Room to thrive: protecting enough quality habitat for a diversity of plants, animals and natural systems to thrive

Guest letter from the editor

Nature knows no bounds

NCC has partnered with Parks Canada to bolster conservation near national parks.

Ghost Horse Hills

Embrace the frosty magic of the season with a captivating hike in this winter playground north of Edmonton.

Winter’s avian allure unveiled

Winter is a great time to learn the basics of birding.

Dream catcher

Colin Campbell’s backpack carries the memories of his family’s connection to nature, and to each other.

Room to thrive

Protecting appropriate habitat in adequate amounts is essential to providing connected landscapes that support biodiversity.

Mule deer

This member of the Cervidae family is named for its large, mule-like ears

Project updates

Enhancing biodiversity in SK; advancing Reconciliation in MB; partnership with Qalipu First Nation; NCC on the world stage.

Visual impact

Photographer Mike Dembeck connects our hearts to nature through his images.

Weaving nature into art

Art inspired by nature, with the land and sustainability at its core.

Explore additional content from our winter issue here >

These stories originally appeared in the winter 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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