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Nature Conservancy of Canada
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NCC directly protects and cares for our country's most vulnerable natural areas & the plants & animals they sustain.
NCC directly protects and cares for our country's most vulnerable natural areas & the plants & animals they sustain.

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We doubt it's a coincidence that #InternationalDayofHappiness has landed on the first day of #spring ...
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Your #Friday dose of adorable!

Learn what NCC is doing to protect the piping plover: bit.ly/piping-plover

#plover #shorebird #photography  
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Get to know our #wetlands  for #worldwetlandsday ! Here's 12 quick facts to help you celebrate today: bit.ly/12-wetland-facts
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Hoppy Friday!

#TGIF #Friday #hare #wildlife  
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This one's for the East Coast...
 
#blizzardof2015 #quote #winter   #weather  
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The red-headed woodpecker offers a stunning contrast to the typically white #winter season.

#nature #birds #photography #birding  
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Join NCC's #BC  Region, Sunday, December 14 at the Marion Creek Benchlands along Columbia Lake for a wonderful winter celebration!
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Is that a bird? A plane?  No, it's a free shopping spree for nature!

Thanks to our friends at +TELUS, you can spend up to $100 on the #wildlife   #conservation   project(s) of your choice.

Visit shopwildly.telus.com to start spending! #shopwildly  
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Iconic of #Canada 's  wilderness, the grizzly bear is primarily a solitary animal, needing vast expanses of undisturbed habitat. Today the species occupies less than half of its historical North American range.

This holiday, help protect habitat for the grizzly bear by giving a symbolic Gift of Canadian Nature. #GiveNature

Get yours today: bit.ly/Give-Nature
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Might be the coldest city in Canada, but this view is absolutely stunning!
Canada’s coldest city? A tie between Saskatoon and Regina. Read more about those cold temperatures and some surprising weather facts ow.ly/Fj0hF

(Photo: Rogier Gruys)
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