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January 2012

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Stop Enbridge’s Northern Gateway Pipeline
No doubt you've heard of the controversial pipeline that threatens to destroy pristine habitat for marine birds, killer whales, and other endangered species. Enbridge’s Northern Gateway Pipeline must be stopped – speak up on behalf of wildlife and say no to this project! Send your letter today to Prime Minister Stephen Harper and make your voice heard.
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PLUS: Bright Lights, Big Problems: How Gateway Poses Risk to Marine Birds. Read On

Pledge to Save Water in 2012
Need an easy New Year’s Resolution that will make a big difference? Take Nature Canada’s Water Conservation Pledge and help us achieve our goal of conserving one million gallons this year. Check out our list of simple ways to cut back on your household water consumption.
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Cast Your Vote!
We're so impressed with all of the incredible videos we've received so far for the Canada's Coolest School Trip contest and we'd like to share them all with you! Check them out in our Video Gallery and remember, you can vote for your favourite video starting February 1, 2012.  Help select the lucky class that wins a trip to Banff National Park!
Watch videos

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Oh Starry Night!
Gaze up into the night sky and discover the awe-inspiring beauty of a clear, moonless sky. Check out these tips on star gazing and get set to explore the heavens!
Go star gazing

Bird Watching on Vancouver Island
Miles of mudflats, secluded inlets, and rocky outcroppings. It’s the perfect place to learn to bird on Vancouver Island’s west coast. As an Important Bird Area Caretaker, Josie Osborne leads educational birding trips that demystify birding and bring locals and tourists closer to nature.
Birding for beginners

2011 Photo of the Month Winners
We take a look back over the past year of Photo of the Month winners to bring you a slideshow of the best images from 2011.
Watch the Slideshow


Send a Valentine’s day ecard
Share a beautiful nature scene with your sweetheart, friends and family. Send a Valentine that shows your love of nature!
Send ecard

Renew Your Support
As a valued member of Nature Canada, we thank you for helping to save some of Canada’s most vulnerable species and preserve our natural heritage. Please consider renewing your membership today to help nature even more this year.
Renew your membership

Photo of the Month
A regular visitor to yards and parks, this month’s winner is an iconic Canadian bird that is also a mascot for one well-known baseball team.
January Photo of the Month


Call for Award Nominations
Nominations are now open for the Douglas H. Pimlott Award, Affiliate Award, Charles Labatiuk Scholarship Award, and Charles Labatiuk Volunteer Award. Nominations for the Labatiuk awards must be received by March 31, 2012.
Nominate someone today!

Call for Board Nominations
Nature Canada is calling on its members to nominate candidates for election to the Board. Nominations must be received prior to March 31, 2012.
Nominate a candidate


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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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