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Ottawa must act now on Environment Commissioner’s recommendations Nature Canada was joined by several other environmental groups in calling for increased funding to protect Canada’s National Wildlife Areas. This comes in response to an audit released by the federal Environment Commissioner earlier this month. Read more
Save Canada’s Endangered Greater Sage Grouse Canada’s majestic prairie bird is under threat and needs your help to survive. Send your letter today calling for the immediate halt to oil and gas development in Sage-Grouse habitat. Sign petition
Ottawa must ‘Green’ the federal budget The Green Budget Coalition, which includes Nature Canada, released its final set of recommendations for ways Ottawa can easily ‘green’ the federal budget without adding a cent to the federal debt. Three key recommendations address resource development, natural heritage protection and fresh water conservation. Read more
An Advocate for Nature A long-time nature lover and member of Nature Canada, Cliff Wallis is enthusiastic and committed about making a difference for nature. In a guest blog post, Cliff shares his formula for creating conservation successes. Read more
Experience Newfoundland and Labrador with Adventure Canada Join acclaimed authors and bird conservationists Margaret Atwood and Graeme Gibson on Adventure Canada’s 2014 cruise which will help Nature Canada's efforts to conserve globally important areas for birds in beautiful Newfoundland and Labrador. Read more
Nature Exposed Check out our new collection of some of the best nature photography out there. Nature Exposed is a monthly curated photo gallery from the Nature Canada Flickr group. November collection
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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