Nature Conservancy of Canada

Pronghorns: A sure-footed alarm whistle for Canada’s Prairies

Pronghorns: A sure-footed alarm whistle for Canada’s Prairies

Indigenous to the interior western and central North America, the pronghorn is a quirky, flight-footed alarm whistle for the prairies.

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Historical ecology: Probing the mysteries of ancient landscapes

Historical ecology: Probing the mysteries of ancient landscapes

A challenge for humans in our attempts to manage ecosystems is that we’re often dealing with beings much longer lived than ourselves.

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High-tech conservation

High-tech conservation

In recent years there have been huge advances in the technology of field-based inventory and mapping. For NCC in BC, all field based inventory and mapping is now completed using the common iPad.

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The swift fox: A conservation success story

The swift fox: A conservation success story

Protecting the swift fox is a true collaborative effort from various conservation agencies in southeastern Alberta.

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Labrador…one of nature’s final frontiers

Labrador…one of nature’s final frontiers

If you are a wilderness lover, or an adventurer of any kind, Labrador should be on your list of “must sees.”

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Study reveals Canada needs to protect more land

Study reveals Canada needs to protect more land

Top Canadian environmental charities striving for excellence, however private funding urgently needed.

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The Sandy Point Legacy Project

Nature Conservancy Canada – Sandy Point was at one time the largest settlement on the west coast of Newfoundland, reaching its population peak of 750 residents in the mid-19th century.

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NCC protects key ranch land in Alberta’s Castle Crown Natural Area

NCC protects key ranch land in Alberta’s Castle Crown Natural Area

Last week, the Nature Conservancy of Canada, Alberta Region, announced protection of a 536-hectare Alberta Ranch in the Castle Crown Natural Area.

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NCC protects part of Newfoundland’s famous Cape Spear Peninsula

NCC protects part of Newfoundland’s famous Cape Spear Peninsula

Eleven acres protected along coastline of top-rated tourist destination in Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Nature Conservancy launches volunteer initiative for National Volunteer Week

Nature Conservancy launches volunteer initiative for National Volunteer Week

The Nature Conservancy of Canada is offering a fresh, new season of Conservation Volunteers events just in time for both National Volunteer Week and Earth Week.

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