Manitoba government needs to live up to its legal responsibility to protect woodland caribou, say conservation groups.
Search for signs of wildlife in this park’s diverse meadow, forest, and creek habitats.
An exciting opportunity volunteer with CPAWS Wildlands League’s Paddle The Rouge 2016.
Conservation groups from both sides of the border urge Obama and Trudeau to protect the trans-border Flathead River Valley.
Join us for this free program at Bear Creek Park and search for signs of wildlife in this park’s diverse meadow, forest, and creek habitats. Pre-registration required; please call 604-502-6065.
Conservation leaders from the IUCN, Y2Y and other groups make the case for improving World Heritage sites.
Together, we can bring monarch butterflies back from the brink.
New CPAWS report calls Canada out for falling behind most other countries in protecting its land and fresh water.
From Arctic tundra to primeval rainforest to arid desert, our natural world is being fragmented by ever-expanding towns and cities, roads, transmission lines and pipelines, and pockmarked by mines, pump jacks, flare stacks and other infrastructure used to drill, frack and strip-mine fossil fuels.
Promote native habitats! The Nature Conservancy of Canada needs your help cleaning-up junk and invasive ornamentals from conservation lands in the Waterton Park Front.
Visit the 15th annual Mill Pond Splash, a FREE eco-festival held at Mill Pond Park, near downtown Richmond Hill. Mill Pond Splash is a lively, family oriented event showcasing environmental conservation and our natural heritage.
Live owls will be presented by educators from the Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society (O.W.L.), which specializes in the rehabilitation of injured or orphaned birds of prey.
A holiday tradition, the Christmas Bird Count has been running for 113 years!
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.
A new report documents the plight of Ontario’s imperiled snapping turtles, prehistoric creatures that have been around for 40 million years but are being pushed to the brink of extinction.
As a nation and a global community, Canada has a history of ignoring environmental crises until it’s all but too late. Many of us remember the 1990s, when tens of…
The federal government’s draft woodland caribou recovery strategy — released last week, four years overdue — is illegal and fails on multiple fronts to comply with requirements under the Species at Risk Act, Ecojustice said.
Help the tear-down a fence line that is currently interfering with natural wildlife movement, near Stettler, Alberta.