We Stand for Wildlife  

A new conservation tool

Key Biodiversity Areas help us pinpoint areas that are most important for protecting of biodiversity

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Life continues after the burn for Yukon forests

Burned and beetle-killed forests need protection too

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WCS Canada scientists get their boots muddy studying wildlife and wild places across Canada in hopes of spurring action to address our growing biodiversity crisis.

The amazing journey of a little bird

Blackpoll warblers migrate 20,000 km every year! Understanding their routes can help us understand the threats they are faced with throughout their life stages.

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A critical time for bats

It seemed like this winter would never end, but bats are leaving winter hibernation sites. And that is a key time for our researchers to track where bats gather and their vulnerability to deadly White-nose Syndrome.


Photo credits: Banner | John Meikle © News | Caribou: Susan Morse ©, Blackpoll Warbler: Jukka Jantunen ©, Silverhaired Bat: Florian Graner © Mosaic | Northern Mountains: Hilary Cooke © WCS Canada, Wolverine: Susan Morse ©. Brook Trout: Engbretson Underwater Photography ©, Bat: Cory Olson ©, Wild Places: Hilary Cooke © WCS Canada, Ontario River: Constance O'Connor © WCS Canada, Caribou: Susan Morse © 





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