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

A North Atlantic right whale swims alongside a trio of bottlenose dolphins.

A North Atlantic right whale swims alongside a trio of bottlenose dolphins. (Photo: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, NOAA Research Permit # 594-1759)

Photo: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, NOAA Research Permit # 594-1759
Your weekly CanGeo round-up of wildlife news

Photo: Michael Winsor

Photo: Michael Winsor
From plants to ants, Canadian Geographic's Canadian Wildlife Photography of the Year Competition showcases the best of the year's wildlife photography
Amanda Vincent

Amanda Vincent in China Beach, SFO Bay, California. (Photo: Andaya Vincent)

Photo: Andaya Vincent
The award-winning marine conservationist shares her passion for seahorses and marine life by encouraging young minds to save tomorrow’s oceans
A rufous hummingbird flying

Rufous hummingbird. (Photo: Bryan Hanson)

Photo: Bryan Hanson
Your weekly CanGeo round-up of wildlife news
natural climate solutions

(Illustration: Mary Sanche/Can Geo)

natural climate solutions
How natural solutions could mitigate 78 megatonnes of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030
A Canada lynx stands alert in the snow

Canada Lynx. (Photo: Nick Taffs/Can Geo Photo Club)

Photo: Nick Taffs/Can Geo Photo Club
Your weekly CanGeo round-up of wildlife news
Foggy lake black and white

Photo: David Brophy

Photo: David Brophy
Showcasing the top shots in the 2021 CanGeo x Nikon #ShotOnNikon Photo Contest 
Juvenile salmon swimming with Darwin’s first known sketch of an evolutionary tree layered on top

Darwin’s first known sketch of an evolutionary tree and juvenile migratory salmon. (Photo: Gideon Mordecai)

Photo: Gideon Mordecai
DNA sequencing like that used to track COVID-19 helps scientists trace the origins of salmon pathogens in B.C.
Baby polar bear

Photo: Daisy Gilardini

Photo: Daisy Gilardini
Your weekly CanGeo round-up of wildlife news

Dr. Liset Cruz releases a fish after assessing condition.

At least 50 species of fish can be found in the Arctic drainage basin in Ontario
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