Think Globally, Act Globally
Nature Canada works with partners, charities, and organizations in countries around the world to help bring important conservation programs to Canada and to facilitate critical conservation programs in developing countries.
Nature Canada is a proud member of two of the world’s leading and most respected conservation networks:
BirdLife International is a global alliance of conservation organizations working together for the world’s birds and people. BirdLife is a valuable partner for protecting migratory birds in Canada through the Canadian Important Bird Areas program.
Our other international partner, the IUCN, supports scientific research, manages field projects globally and brings governments, non-government organizations, United Nations agencies, companies and local communities together to solve our most pressing environmental challenges. The IUCN is perhaps most well-known as the creator of the acclaimed Red List of Threatened Species publication.
Our Work in the Western Hemisphere:
In addition to our two major international partners, Nature Canada works with governments, charities and local organizations on conservation projects in countries across the Western Hemisphere. On the map below, click on a highlighted country to find out more about Nature Canada’s international work: