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❗Big news for nature protection! The government just announced projects that will help Canada meet its commitment to protect 17% of our land & freshwater by 2020. There's more to do, but this is great news for all of us.
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Nature Saint John Aug 17
Have you seen those cute little on the beach lately? They've dropped by (from the Arctic) to fuel-up on their way to South America, non-stop. They need rest and time to eat; please don't disturb them.
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Nature Canada Aug 17
Saving the bees just got a whole lot easier 🐝📲 Read more about how you can help bee populations with just your smartphone! ➡️
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Nature Canada Aug 17
Today is 🐝 Last year, we got the government to reevaluate the use of neonics. This year, we need help getting so we can have healthy ecosystems where all living organisms can thrive! ➡️
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Nature Canada Aug 17
🐝 Another one of our Young Nature Leader grant recipients, Alana Tollenaar, has been doing amazing work to help pollinator populations! Read more about her work with the EALT on "Bee the Change" ➡️
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Nature Canada Aug 16
Have you missed seeing these stunning butterflies in your garden? Good news, Ontario is seeing an increase amount of monarch butterflies this year! 🦋 ➡️
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Nature Canada Aug 16
The amount of stunning nature photos we’ve received is breathtaking 🌈! Thank you so much to everyone who participated in this year’s ! It is so inspiring to see all of the beauty in this great country of ours, wish us luck on picking a winner!
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Nature Canada Aug 16
This project would add on to the already existing struggles that the Fraser River salmon face in this area. ➡️ Protect the Fraser Delta to help protect our salmon ➡️
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Nature Canada Aug 16
Here's your for the week! ⬇️
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Nature Canada Aug 16
Nature is a key part of our Canadian identity, but we can no longer take it for granted. If Canada doesn’t make room for nature, who will? Sign our petition to get Canada by 2020! ➡️
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Nature Canada Aug 15
The Fraser River Delta in BC supports Canadian birds and largest migration of wild salmon, but 80 percent has been lost. Canada’s commitment to double protected areas by 2020 should include the Delta ➡️
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Nature Canada Aug 15
Getting your mind into a peaceful space can be difficult sometimes, especially during the work week. Making a habit of journaling in nature can help you to set aside time in your routine to relax and rest. Learn how here! ➡️
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Nature Canada Aug 15
Taking a break is important for your , even the simplest of activities such as bird watching can help you become a more mindful person, check out how bird watching can help you practice mindfulness ➡️
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Nature Canada Aug 15
Tell us how you're being eco-friendly! RT this with and tell us what you are doing to protect the environment for a chance to be featured on Tuesday!
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Nature Canada Aug 15
🦋 If you loved this month's calendar image, you'll love this blog! Read up on some of Canada's native butterfly species ➡️
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Nature Canada Aug 14
To prevent birds from flying into your windows, place visual markers to break up the outside reflection. Window decals, film and screens are all great options! Learn more about bird collisions here ➡️
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Nature Canada Aug 14
❗ Great news for P.E.I this morning, the federal government announces it is looking at creating another national park reserve with the Mi'kmaq Confederacy. ➡️
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Nature Canada Aug 14
did you know that hunting this bird is considered a criminal offence? The Eskimo Curlew is at risk due to over hunting and other human activities, these birds can be found in Canada’s western arctic tundra.
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Nature Canada Aug 13
🍓🥕Eat more local seasonal fruits and vegetables! Not only will they taste better, but they don't get shipped as far as non-local produce, which means a smaller resulting carbon footprint.
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Nature Canada Aug 13
We must take care of our land and oceans before it's too late, sign our petition today to let the federal government know that Canadians want ➡️
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