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Celebrating Nature Awe-inspiring wildlife, breathtaking wilderness, these are some of the things we can be thankful for this holiday season. Join us in celebrating the natural world and help us continue to raise awareness and advocate on behalf of endangered wildlife and habitat. Watch the slideshow
Photo of the Month This red-headed woodpecker leaves behind unmistakably large, rectangular holes in tall trees. This month’s winner comes from our increasingly popular Nature Canada Flickr Group! December Photo of the Month
Wish a Tree Happy Holidays! Show some love for trees this Christmas and hug a tree! Submit your holiday-themed photo to the Hug A Tree contest before January 9, 2012 and enter to win fabulous prizes! Hug A Tree
Need Help Making Your Classroom Video? We’ve got tips to help you and your Grade 8/ Secondary 2 classroom make a video entry for My Parks Pass’ Coolest School Trip Video Contest. What’s up for grabs? Only an amazing trip to Banff National Park! Check out these helpful tips on everything from how to get started to how to polish your video-editing skills. Tips to make your video
Connecting Communities Through Birds A volunteer program creates a social network around - you guessed it - birds! Across Canada volunteers are protecting birds and their habitat and engaging their communities and friends with bird conservation. Bird conservation gone social
Enjoy a Winter Activity Need ideas for some winter holiday fun? We have activities that will have you sharpening your skates and skis and heading out into the great outdoors! Try a winter activity
Thank You! We would like to extend our thanks this season to Kruger Products for its support of Nature Canada’s Nature Explorers program. As an official sponsor of Nature Explorers, Kruger Products is helping us reach our goal of connecting one million children and their families with nature through a wide range of fun and educational activities. Support for Nature Explorers
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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