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From polar bears to peregrine falcons, blue whales to bees, find out about Canada’s wildlife, habitats and conservation news.

two pink salmon with green faces splash in a river

Wild salmon are the lifeblood of the B.C. coast, connecting and feeding the ocean and forest. (Photo: Pacific Salmon Foundation)

Photo: Pacific Salmon Foundation
The goal is to help rejuvenate and restore the habitats of salmon across B.C.

Photos: Douglas McIntyre

A memoir by Julia Zarankin 
The animated short film called Last Fish, First Boat recounts the 1992 cod moratorium
RCGS Fellow Myrna Pearman offers her tips for a successful winter birding season
Editor-in-chief and associate publisher Aaron Kylie contributed this chapter to a compilation book about the Canada Jay

The last day in the field. (Photo: Karina Dracott)

Sydni Long writes about her experience using citizen-reported sightings for the Ocean Bridge program
A wolverine crawls through snow
The trickster hero — ferocious, clever and strong — will need all of its ingenuity to continue to flourish

Belugas swimming near Utqiagvik, Alaska, in July 2017. (Photo: Lisa Barry/NOAA Fisheries)

Photo: Lisa Barry
Sound is an integral part of a beluga’s life, so the quality of the underwater acoustic environment is very important for the health and survival of belugas

A female killer whale leaps from the water in Puget Sound near Seattle. (AP Photo: Elaine Thompson)

AP Photo: Elaine Thompson
In the 1990s, an abrupt decline in the fish-eating southern resident population dropped to 75 whales from 98
He refers to them as 'snow machines.' Photographer Peter Mather has photographed wolverines in the Yukon and on Alaska's North Slope
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