Everybody plays a part in learning the lessons.
As winter fast approaches, biologist Chelsea Greer reminisces on the December field days of last year, counting spawning salmon and tracking wolves in the snow.
Delving into the realms of endangered Chinook salmon surveys and the ongoing resurgence of a wolf population.
In partnership with the Heiltsuk Integrated Resource Management Department, we established a wildlife camera network in a large region of the Territory.
Our education program has been busy engaging youth from across the Salish Sea.
Big tree registries inspire a deeper understanding of forests, communities, and the relationships between them.
Our Tsawwassen First Nation Summer Stewardship program toured Ocean Legacy Foundation’s facility.
When the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline was cancelled I was just about to graduate high school. I was starting to find my own footing in the world and where my values aligned. I headed west from Alberta to start university without looking back. What I would learn over the next several years would ultimately shape…
To ensure that these goals are achieved, the participants of Nature Canada met with Members of Parliament from across jurisdictions to discuss a federal Action Plan that will implement the GBF within 2023.
Education Coordinator, Pascale, recounts a week of whales, bears, and camp games at QQS Projects Society’s Koeye River Camp.
“Who’s ready to rumble?” yells Captain Sean, his jolly head poking out the port-side window of the BellaRose. I extend my hand to each of my six youth participants as they climb aboard the vessel. A warm salty breeze washes over me as we embark together on today’s project. This will be a good day….
“Dot is back!” exclaims Jaclyn from atop our beluga observation tower. We photo-identified this female beluga during our second field day. “That dimple below her dorsal ridge isn’t just a charming beauty mark, it’ll help us re-sight her over the summer…and hopefully next summer too!” – Jaclyn tweeted. Now, only a day later, Dot is…