Winter Tips for Living by Water
Do you live by a lake, river or stream? If so, make sure to protect your investment and the environment with these great tips from our Living by Water Seasonal Guide.
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Explore Canada’s Nature and History
Calling all teachers and parents! Check out our new and interactive historic and natural heritage activity guide for this year’s My Parks Pass Program! Jam-packed with fun, exciting and educational activities it is the perfect digital tour guide to help any young Canadian explore their surrounding national parks, historic sites and marine conservation areas.
Your adventure starts now
Green Travel Tips
Planning a trip soon? Make it as eco-friendly as possible by following these green travel tips from Nature Canada’s partner, Green Motion Travel.
Green travel tips
Photo of the Month
The winner of the photo of the month contest this month celebrates the fall colours.
Photo of the Month
Marine e-Atlas Launched
Managing the world’s oceans will be easier thanks to a breakthrough tool launched this month by BirdLife International. The Marine e-Atlas is the first global inventory of important sites for migratory marine species. Included in the e-Atlas: profiles of 30 Important Bird Areas along the northern B.C. coast, sites that could be negatively impacted by the proposed Northern Gateway Pipeline.
Celebrating a Nature Reserve
Last month our sister group Ontario Nature celebrated a successful end to the campaign to establish Ontario’s second largest nature reserve. Thanks to a bequest from a Nature Canada member, we were able to help purchase a 233-hectare parcel – the largest of the three spectacular adjoining properties that together constitute the Malcolm Bluffs Shores Nature Reserve. Enjoy this video of the nature reserve and the people who helped bring this to fruition.
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Species at Risk: Are We Doing Enough?
Canada can do better when it comes to protecting species at risk, says a report that measures the success of provincial, territorial and federal efforts to ensure wildlife have a chance at survival and recovery. Nature Canada volunteer Sarah Kirkpatrick-Wahl provides an update on our blog.
Grading Canada’s species at risk
Announcing Contest Winners
We are delighted to offer our most heartfelt congratulations to Pinterest users Kim Coady & Debbie Watson and Twitter user @Jnunavut for being selected as the grand prize winners of Nature Canada and White Swan® household paper product’s What I Love About Nature Photo Contest!
Prizes and winners