L’artiste Lea Hamilton est une étudiante diplômée établie à Ottawa. Elle a passé l’été à travailler dans la collection de roches et de minéraux du Musée, où elle a découvert que l’art a beaucoup de points communs avec la science de l’exposition et de la conservation des spécimens.
Reflections from an NCC conservation technician about living close to where she's making a positive impact on nature. And she encourages others to consider getting involved with their community in conserving the natural areas around them.
Monitoring grizzly bear populations in Alberta is an important part of ensuring the species’ long-term conservation. It took the dedication of hundreds of field techs and support staff over two decades, but we finally surveyed the last Bear Management Area in 2018. This allowed the province to get a solid, scientific estimate for the entire...
Gabrielle Goyette was tasked with developing a booklet containing advice on the agri-responsible practices that can be implemented in orchards.
With Canada’s most significant helium reserves found in southwestern Saskatchewan, the province has the potential to be a leader in helium production. Learn about the findings from a report SRC developed to investigate the potential of building a helium liquification hub in the province.
Jason Colby (author of Orca: How We Came to Know and Love the Ocean’s Greatest Predator) talks with Skaana host Mark Leiren-Young about the capture of Toki/Tokitae/Lolita/Sk’aliCh’elh-tenaut and how Penn Cove almost ended the southern resident orcas and was the beginning of the end of the capture era. “It’s worth remembering that the argument at...
In August 2022, NCC acquired Town Island with the support of the B'nai Brith children's summer camp and several community benefactors, guaranteeing that its 82 hectares of habitat would always be protected.
Fencing is one way that NCC integrates human activity with wildlife. It plays a large role in conserving the species that we live among. Find out how:
Find out why landowners Clint and Jody Blyth decided to do a conservation agreement on their property and what it means for the long-term conservation of the area and the species within.
Il y a plein de vie sous la glace! Découvrez comment Ruth Bryce numérise des milliers de photos de la vie marine de l’Arctique et de l’Antarctique prises par Kathy Conlan, scientifique du Musée et exploratrice réputée.