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Roberta Bondar Feb 13
On the trail of the Sprague’s Pipit with tomorrow the Whooping Crane while photographs from and in helicopters and on Earth
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Roberta Bondar Fdn Feb 14
On boat approaching territory, Aransas NWR . in wetlands straight ahead! You can learn more & support our research project
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Roberta Bondar Fdn Feb 14
Keeping distance from , captures images of adult & colts in . Thanks for supporting research on project
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Roberta Bondar Feb 15
Cool cap and cool air. Whooping Crane in the distance warmed my heart. supporting unique international expedition to photograph by land and air while images from above
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Roberta Bondar Fdn Feb 16
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Canadian Geographic Feb 15
Is it just us, or has it been a long winter?
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Nick Walker Feb 15
Happy ! If you want a real deep-dive into how we got our beloved red maple leaf (on white on red), check this story out. "The Flag Committee began its deliberations in a spirit of cooperation. It wouldn’t last."
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Wickaninnish Inn Feb 14
's wonderful piece in is a great reminder of the balance between exploring in wonder and showing respect to our powerful Pacific through the innovative program
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Kendra Feb 15
It's interesting because the Editor-in-Chief (Lawrence J. Burpee) was in Ottawa, but the publisher was in the Sun Life Building in Montreal.
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Kendra Feb 14
to the February 1934 cover of , back when the magazine was published out of Montreal (it's now produced in Ottawa). Also, this was before the became a royal society. Check out this classic design!
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Kristin Westdal Feb 14
Have you seen the new Can Geo Kids Ultimate Animals? Full of Arctic animals, stories, and tales from researchers (including me!) in the field!
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David Reed MBE Feb 14
Real pleasure to visit Royal Canadian Geographic Society’s fabulous new building. Perfect mix of the modern and historic. Good chance to discuss shared priorities on marine conservation and tackling plastic waste. Thank you
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Canadian Geographic Feb 13
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Check out the runners-up and honourable mentions at ! We gratefully acknowledge the support of our prize sponsors, and .
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Canadian Geographic Feb 13
We're thrilled to reveal the winners of our 33rd Annual Photo Competition! Click through to see the winning images in their full glory and read the judges' comments:
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Canadian Geographic Feb 13
Randy Mercer recalls one winter day in 2016 in particular. A storm was raging, waves were piling onto Wickaninnish Beach — and all the while, the paths onto the beach were like revolving doors for storm watchers.
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Glenn Mason Feb 13
. "Because temperatures in the are rising faster than anywhere else in the world, we must look to the experiences of as a harbinger of what is to come — and seek their guidance on how to live sustainably."
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John Geiger Feb 12
You know a storm is coming when Fellow and meteorologist shows up at !
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David Saint-Jacques Feb 9
The Toronto-Ottawa-Montreal-Quebec City corridor comes alight after sunset, all visible through one Cupola window.
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Nick Walker Feb 12
A spectacular shot from our up on the showing the country's 1st, 5th, 2nd and 7th-largest cities. Amazing how evident the Earth's curvature is as the backdrop to an 8-hour .
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Deborah Apps Feb 11
So proud of all that Canadians have achieved together ~ connecting us It’s been a true journey of the heart, and yes hopefully a tie that binds us together Big Thx & many,many more for their inspired support
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