Bees are all around us throughout the summer months. You can spot them across Canada, wherever there are flowers to pollinate. Bees contribute enormous value to society; their pollination is a crucial part of agriculture.Read More
Nature Canada has a network that includes more than 90,000 supporters and more than 750 local clubs in cities all across Canada from coast to coast to coast. Our mission is to protect and conserve wildlife and habitats in Canada by engaging people and advocating on behalf of nature.Read More
Discover what is happening with conservation in Canada. At Nature Canada we work hard to you with up-to-date news about nature.Read More
Women for Nature is the collaborative voices of Canadian women with vision – women of influence who chose to demonstrate their passion for nature and pass their values on to others to drive change.Read More
On Monday, April 29, I, along with Ted Cheskey (Naturalist Director, Nature Canada) went down to Howe Island,...
On Saturday, May 11th, nature groups across North America celebrated World Migratory Bird Day to welcome back the...
This is the year to do it. Canada made a promise to protect at least 17% of land and inland water and 10% of coastal and marine areas by 2020. Momentum is growing across the country to protect wild places and the plants and animals within them. Learn more about key areas and take action with Nature Canada.Get Connected
We believe that when the heart is engaged, the mind and body will follow. That is why, since our founding in 1939, Nature Canada has been connecting Canadians to nature, trying to instil in them a nature ethic – a respect for nature, an appreciation for its wonders, and the will to act in nature’s defense.