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April 2013

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Congratulations!
A lucky Grade 8 class from Saskatchewan has won Canada’s Coolest School Trip contest of the My Parks Pass program. Students in Mrs. Pylatuk’s Grade 8 class from Caronport Elementary School  will spend four days at the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site and Cape Breton Highlands National Park this June. We wish them a fantastic trip and congratulate them on a top-notch video submission.
More on the contest and winner

Important Bird Area Caretakers in Northern Ontario
Meet Christina Nielsen and Don Cheechoo, the Important Bird Area Caretakers for Moose River Estuary IBA. In his latest report, Ted Cheskey, Nature Canada’s manager of bird conservation explores the connection the Moose Cree First Nation have with the land and the birds in the Moose River Estuary and reflects on conservation milestones of the past two years.
Bird Conservation in Northern Ontario

The Monarch Butterfly Needs Your Help!
The Monarch Butterfly is struggling to survive in a landscape that is increasingly devoid of milkweed, a plant that it relies on for food. You can help the Monarch Butterfly to thrive by planting a milkweed garden this spring.
Help the Monarch Butterfly
PLUS: Tips on planting your Monarch Butterfly garden

Celebrating Earth Day
This year, staff at Nature Canada celebrated Earth Day by bringing together nature enthusiasts for a day of spring cleaning at our local Important Bird Area – the Lac Deschênes-Ottawa River IBA. Together with volunteers we picked up a surprising array of discarded objects that are harmful to wildlife. We were also lucky to spot a wide range of bird species!
Earth Day Spring Cleaning

PLUS: Get to know the Lac Deschênes IBA

Coming Soon: Ottawa Bird Fair
Join us on May 12, 2013 for Ottawa’s first Bird Fair at the Lac Deschênes Important Bird Area. There will be fun for the whole family – nature-themed crafts, games and interpretive walks and displays from local vendors and artists. Bring your friends and family down to Andrew Hayden Park for a day of nature activities and help us celebrate International Migratory Bird Day.
Bird Fair

Photo of the Month
We asked our Facebook fans to show us which flowers or plants they were looking forward to seeing this spring and this lovely photo from Connie Singer captured our imagination.
April Photo of the Month

 

 

 

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