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Nature Nova Scotia Celebrates New Nature Agreement

We are very happy to see the Canada-Nova Scotia Nature Agreement announced on Tuesday, including $28.5 million in funding from the federal government so Nova Scotia can protect 82,500 hectares

New Wabanaki-Acadian Forest Lesson Plan

In early 2023, M.Ed. candidate Cheryl Crocker approached us with the idea of creating a forest-themed lesson plan for middle-school students that was specific to Nova Scotia’s unique ecosystems. It

Fill Out Our Mainland Moose Survey

Share your moose observations and tell us what you’d like to see for the Mainland Moose in the future July kicks off the start of our Mainland Moose Research Project,

Save Sandy Lake

Undeveloped Shorelines and Rare Old Forests in Bedford NS Threatened by Rushed Housing Order The Sandy Lake-Sackville River Regional Park is a conceptual protected area nestled inside urban Bedford that

Results from Operation Window Strike 2022

In 2022, we piloted Operation Window Strike, where thirty residents of our biggest city took on the threat of window-strikes by implementing one or more bird-friendly window solutions we delivered

Protecting Nova Scotia’s Wetlands

Don’t “drain the swamp!” A Look Back at World Wetlands Day, February 2nd, 2023 Young Naturalists Club members conducting a transect survey in a raised bog in Kespukwitk/Southwest Nova Scotia

Vote for Halifax’s City Bird!

In 2022, HRM was declared a Nature Canada-certified Entry-level Bird Friendly City. The Bird Friendly Halifax coalition is working to improve this status by addressing priority bird threats in our city,

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