The Alfred-Kelly nature reserve is an oasis within an area where residential development is rapidly increasing. The nature reserve is named for an ornithologist who, in 1983, donated his property in Piedmont to Bird Protection Quebec (Protection des Oiseaux du Québec (POQ)).
Learn some helpful tips for avoiding plastic use while camping.
What is the one habitat type that runs through every province and territory, surrounds communities where most Canadians live and covers about one-third of the country? If you guessed forests, you would be right!
Matthew Braun describes the feeling of getting the Dundurn property in Saskatchewan ready for grazing, like a father sending his child to school for the first time.
Here are five tips from the United Nations and the Nature Conservancy of Canada to help you reduce your plastic use.
Staff spent many days in the spring of 2018 getting rid of garlic mustard on all five of the places NCC works on Pelee Island.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) summer internship provides an incredible opportunity to experience and learn hands-on about Canada's unique and beautiful landscape. From aerial monitoring to bird banding, our interns are never bored, and they fulfill important conservation roles.
Earlier this summer, my friends and I took a day trip to Elora, Ontario, to visit the Elora Quarry and Elora Gorge conservation areas. Elora is a small town near Guelph, about a 90-minute drive west of Toronto. The drive there was very scenic, with gorgeous views of the Niagara Escarpment.
Conservation Intern Haley Macdonald shares how foraging has become her latest interest and how her internship with the Nature Conservancy of Canada has given her the opportunity to discover the many edible species in the wild.
Staff at the Nature Conservancy of Canada rely heavily on GPS systems, maps and co-ordinates. By making digital maps of different habitat types and species, we can plan our conservation work and measure results over time.