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Greg Nolan Williston Lake BC

Greg Nolan (left) huddles under a makeshift tent on the remote west side of Williston Lake in northern British Columbia. The image was taken in June 1984, shortly after Nolan and his colleagues were stranded on the mountainside by their helicopter pilot after access had been cut off by a landslide. (Photo: Greg Nolan)

Photo: Greg Nolan
In his new book, Highballer: True Tales from a Treeplanting Life, Greg Nolan recounts his rollicking, rewarding and often risky career as a tree planter in British Columbia and Alberta. 
Watermelon snow on Mount Garibaldi

Watermelon snow below the toe of the Lava Glacier on Mount Garibaldi, B.C. (Photo: Casey Engstrom)

Watermelon snow
The Alpine Club of Canada covers everything from wildfires to watermelon snow in its recently published annual report on Canada's alpine environments

Nikon Canada and the RCGS join forces as Official Photography Partners. (Photo: Michelle Valberg)

Photo: Michelle Valberg
Two iconic brands known for exceptional photography join forces to inspire the next generation of photographers
Daniel Pauly, author of Vanishing Fish

Daniel Pauly, the principal investigator of the Sea Around Us initiative at the University of British Columbia and author of the new book Vanishing Fish: Shifting Baselines and the Future of Global Fisheries. (Photo: Sea Around Us)

Photo: Sea Around Us
In his new book, Vanishing Fish: Shifting Baselines and the Future of Global Fisheries, marine biologist Daniel Pauly examines the perilous state of the world's fisheries
Cover vote, July/August issue, bison, grasslands

Photo: Michelle Valberg

Photo: Michelle Valberg
The voters have spoken! (And we agree.)
A fin whale

Fin whales (pictured, sei whales and Sowerby’s beaked whales all face some level of conservation risk in the Atlantic Ocean, according to the latest assessment by COSEWIC. (Photo: Wade Hughes)

Photo: Wade Hughes
The Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada has assessed three whale species as being at risk from increased ship traffic
Simon Jackson of Ghost Bear Institute and Spirit Bear Youth Coalition

Simon Jackson in 2018. When he was 13, Jackson founded the Spirit Bear Youth Coalition to raise global awareness of the rare bear and threats to its rainforest home. (Photo: Jill Cooper)

Photo: Jill Cooper
A new children’s book from Kids Can Press tells the story of Vancouver native Simon Jackson’s efforts to raise global awareness of the importance of British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest
A common loon glides through a lake

How well do you know the birds of Canada? Read on to learn more about 10 species you can find in our provinces and territories, such as the common loon, pictured. (Photo: Alexis Hayes/Can Geo Photo Club)

Photo: Alexis Hayes/Can Geo Photo Club
The search for these iconic Canadian birds will take you to some of the most scenic locations the country has to offer
a collage of wildlife photos including bison, grizzly bears, polar bears, foxes, owls and whales

Some of the best wildlife images from the new Ultimate Canadian Instagram Photos special issue, on newsstands now. (Clockwise from top left: @shane_turgeon, @daisygilardini, @divebuddies4life, @nicole_handspiker, @benaroundandback, @andreaudet, @mirelaofearth, @javiers_wonderplanet, @jkr_photo, @focused_on_canada)

Clockwise from top left: @shane_turgeon, @daisygilardini, @divebuddies4life, @nicole_handspiker, @benaroundandback, @andreaudet, @mirelaofearth, @javiers_wonderplanet, @jkr_photo, @focused_on_canada
Grizzlies, puffins, whales and more from the new Ultimate Canadian Instagram Photos special issue, on newsstands now
How we chose the cover, polar bear, walrus, seal, floe edge, arctic, north

Cover options for the May/June issue of Canadian Geographic.

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