Sanderlings are one of the many shorebirds that visit Mackie Ranch, an NCC property located along the eastern shoreline of Chaplin Lake, within the Chaplin-Old Wives-Reed Lakes Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network site
Waterton and Castle Crowsnest Natural Area remarkable area is known for its diverse landscapes and habitats. Here, NCC staff and interns relentless fight against a significant but often overlooked opponent: invasive weeds.
Learn about how NCC is taking on invasive purple loosestrife, a menace to biodiversity in Ontario, with the help of European leaf-eating beetles at East Coulson Swamp wetlands.
What do conservation staff look for when assessing a potential nature reserve? Sally Hilton shares the wondrous woodland habitat she tread lightly through and encountering magical fairy ponds.
Black ash, the eastern North American native arboreal treasure, dances on the verge of extinction. Hear the story of three Nature Conservancy of Canada interns who were on a mission to protect the black ash population from beaver damage.
Looking for the perfect gift for the nature lover in your life? Symbolic species and habitat adoptions are available again through the Nature Conservancy of Canada!
How is burning a form of restoration and how does it work? Prescribed burns are typically done in the early spring and late fall by professionals. They are carefully planned, controlled and managed.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada's Small Acts of Conservation challenge offers a remarkable opportunity for nature enthusiasts to make a tangible impact on our environment.
Watching wildlife in their natural environment is a reminder that we share this Earth with many different beings, from tiny insects to large mammals.
Each week, countless inspiring and informative stories are published about conservation successes or new discoveries in nature and wildlife around the world. The Friday Five is a weekly roundup of some of the conservation and nature stories that caught our attention the week of July 13, 2020.