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Birdlife International’s World Congress A Resounding Success! Conservation leaders from more than 120 countries gathered in Ottawa last week to discuss global threats to biodiversity and the environment and share expertise and innovative solutions. BirdLife’s Canadian co-partners Nature Canada and Bird Studies Canada were honoured to host the Congress and participate in an exciting opportunity to showcase bird conservation programs at home and abroad. Highlights of World Congress Photos of the event
Proposed Conservation Plan and Boundaries for Ottawa-Gatineau’s Important Bird Area During BirdLife International’s World Congress, our conservation staff presented highlights from a conservation plan and proposed boundaries for our region’s very own Important Bird Area. With senior Congress delegates and program partners in attendance, we celebrated our collective efforts to raise awareness and ensure protection of the Lac Deschênes–Ottawa River Important Bird Area this year. Conserving Biodiversity at Lac Deschênes–Ottawa River IBA
Northern Gateway Update: Final Arguments Presented Final oral arguments were presented to the Joint Review Panel by Nature Canada and BC Nature last week urging the Panel to conclude the Northern Gateway application is incomplete. A deficient application could spell the end of the proposed pipeline project. Latest on Northern Gateway
Act Now to Save Ostrander Point We’re calling on you to support the campaign to stop the construction of an industrial wind energy plant that threatens to disrupt and adversely affect a region known for its rich biodiversity. On July 10, 2013, Ontario Environmental Review Tribunal will render a decision on the fate of the proposed plant which lies within Prince Edward County South Shore Important Bird Area and is home to threatened species like the Eastern Whip-poor-will. Act NOW – Save Ostrander Point
Knowing Where to Look to Be Inspired by Nature Allan Stein, retired professor and former Nature Canada Board Member, reflects on his experiences connecting with nature. Dr. Stein has spent his life finding new ways to look at nature. Inspired by Nature
Nature Canada protects and conserves wildlife and habitats in Canada by engaging people and advocating on behalf of nature. With strategies based on sound science and passion for nature, Nature Canada effects change on issues of national significance, including bird conservation, wilderness protection, species at risk and national parks.
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