the horizon

Explore additional content for the summer 2022 issue of the Nature Conservancy of Canada Magazine

Coast to coast

Accelerating conservation at new scales

In the face of climate change and biodiversity loss, the Nature Conservancy of Canada is conserving more, faster. Learn more about the projects that are helping accelerate conservation in Canada on our This is BIG! website (page 4):

Boots on the Trail

Dr. Bill Freedman Nature Reserve

Take a peek at photos of this majestic coastal landscape in Nova Scotia (page 6):

Activity Corner

Share your nature pics

This summer, participate in the Big Backyard BioBlitz (page 7):

Feature story

Big, bold and impactful

Faced with the urgent crises of rapid biodiversity loss and climate change, we must expand the pace, scale and scope of conservation. (page 8) Take a journey through the Boreal Wildlands:

Species profile

North American river otter

Found throughout North America, river otter populations are stable after recovering from significant declines in the 19th and 20th centuries (page 14). Check out some amazing footage of these water clowns in action: