Watercolour painting during pandemic travels with NCC's director of editorial services.
What snails and insects are in Saskatchewan? A Nature Conservancy of Canada Big Backyard Bioblitz participant recounts her experience.
Here are 5 nature-inspired ideas for hosting a virtual or physically distanced Thanksgiving.
Beading is a cultural practice among some Indigenous Peoples and, although we learn from and share with each other, each beader has their own teachings, designs and story.
“Botanical art” refers to art “whose goal is to depict whole plants or parts of plants in a manner that is both aesthetically pleasing and scientifically accurate,” according to the Botanical Artists of Canada.
Every day, countless inspiring and informative stories are published about conservation successes or discoveries in nature and wildlife around the world. Here are some that caught our attention in September 2020.
Researchers have identified an invasive, blood-sucking parasite on mud shrimp in the waters of British Columbia’s Calvert Island.
Canada’s forests are home to many colourful characters. Throughout the year you’ll see vibrant wildflowers, decorated songbirds and gaudily painted insects and fungi. Each has its moment of glory in the annual forest parade. But the trees themselves are a monochrome of green. The mosaic of forest foliage has its own beauty, but it is still pretty homogeneous. That is, until trees get a chance to shine.
This fall, instead of raking and removing your leaves, let them work their magic by leaving them on the ground.
The highs and lows of monitoring the large-scale suppression of Phragmites australis spp. australis.