Nature Canada

On March 10, Nature Canada’s Women for Nature launched Phase 3 of its mentorship program during which twenty-two mentors and

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Climate Change Resilience at Microscales in Forest Restoration — The Nature Conservancy in Washington

In our latest Science at Home talk, Kavya dives into her research at Ellsworth Creek Preserve and brings us along

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Monkey Business at the Hippo Pool

Image captured from the live stream at Mpala’s hippo pool. Camera operator Lily caught this great shot of an olive

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Nature Canada

Getting out in nearby nature can do the body and mind a lot of good. While pandemic concerns and lockdowns

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Building Climate Resilience at Ellsworth Creek Preserve — The Nature Conservancy in Washington

Because science informs our management decisions at Ellsworth Creek Preserve, we are asking tough questions about landscape restoration. How best

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The GRACE Gorillas Livestream, One Year Later

Last year, the GRACE Explore livestream came online for the first time, bringing a magical glimpse into the remote forests

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Tim Melling – Bar-tailed Godwit

Tim writes: the two British Godwits are easy to tell apart if you see them in flight.  Black-tailed Godwit has

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Nature Canada

In 2012, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed March 21 as the International Day of Forests to celebrate and raise

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Washington needs a Clean Fuel Standard — The Nature Conservancy in Washington

Our neighbors in California, Oregon and British Columbia all have Clean Fuel Standards in place, and they’re working — increasing

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COVID-19 Birding – A Therapeutic Walk in Nature – Reflections of the Natural World

Contact with nature benefits our mood, our psychological well-being, our mental health, and our cognitive functioning. For centuries outdoor enthusiasts have given

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