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October 2009

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100,000 Citizens Demand Action on Global Warming
Time is running out to put the brakes on climate change and develop strong climate legislation. This month, the KYOTOplus Coalition delivered 100,000 signatures – including more than 2,000 from Nature Canada supporters – to Prime Minister Stephen Harper with a dramatic presentation on Parliament Hill.
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PLUS: More photos from the event

5 Bird-feeding Myths
Feeding birds can be a rewarding experience, and a great way to connect with nature. But are you really helping your feathered friends? Learn the truth about five common bird-feeding myths.
Get the facts

How Much Can a Polar... Bear?
Get an Arctic perspective on climate change and industrial development from spokes-bears Roger and Charles. What's a bear to do when we run out of ice?
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PLUS: Watch the Roger & Charles video

Birds Share the Stage with Margaret Atwood
Nature Canada has been pleased to join award-winning author Margaret Atwood for several stops on her Year of the Flood book tour. Part book reading, part dramatic interpretation and part hymnal singing, the performances have raised awareness about our work in bird conservation.
Tour highlights

Species Spotlight: Blanding's Turtle
The distinctive yellow throat of this turtle stands out like a jewel among Canada's wetlands. Find out about this beautiful turtle and why it belongs in the wild.
Profile: Meet the Blanding's Turtle

Photo of the Month
One subject, two great photos. See the power and beauty of one of North America's largest raptors.
October Photo of the Month

Around the Bend
Want to get involved with nature-related events in your area? Check out our calendar to see what's coming up, or submit details for your event.
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