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July 2012

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We Love Our Lakes!

Nature Canada is delighted to announce that we have joined the Living Lakes Canada group of organizations. Together we will all strive to advocate for clean and safe water bodies!
More on the Living Lakes group

Summer Tips for Living By Water
Do you own a waterfront property? We have tips to keep your summer water haven clean, safe and protected.


Iconic Prairie Birds Could Face Extinction
Greater Sage-grouse, Longspurs, Meadowlarks – these iconic prairie birds are declining rapidly and could face extinction if grasslands in Canada and abroad are not adequately conserved. A recent study on the state of Canada’s birds highlights the challenges and opportunities for conservation facing prairie birds today.
Saving our grassland birds 

Canadians Fly South
For some of Canada’s migratory shorebirds, their winter home lies due south in Panama Bay. The wetlands of the bay are one of the most important areas for migrating birds in the western hemisphere. But resort developers have their eye on this pristine piece of nature, putting birds like the Western Sandpiper at risk of losing their wintering grounds.
Shorebird habitat in peril


New Canadian Family Delves Into Country's History
The Cruz family, winners of the My Parks Pass Family Adventure, share their experience exploring Niagara-on-the-lake National Historic Sites and reliving the heroic moments of the War of 1812. Read about their amazing trip and discoveries.
My Parks Pass Family Adventure


Nature Canada Conservation Awards
If you know someone who has made a significant contribution to nature conservation, here’s your chance to show them your appreciation.
Nominate someone today!

Photo of the Month
Always a welcome visitor to gardens in the spring and summer months, this photo reminds us of the delicate beauty of the natural world.
July photo of the month

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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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