Muddy Boots is our internal blog where our staff members share experiences getting their boots muddy with on-the-ground conservation research! You can find our contributions to external blogs and Op Eds here.

Entries for October 2021

It’s a boom-and-bust world for snowy owls

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It’s a boom-and-bust world for snowy owls
(October 28, 2021)   -   Intact and fully functioning ecosystems can be remarkably unstable and apparently inefficient, but snowy owls have evolved to cope with the ups and downs.

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#WorldRiversDay - Working with Moose Cree youth

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#WorldRiversDay - Working with Moose Cree youth
(October 15, 2021)   -   WCS Canada scientist Claire Farrell gives an update on working with Moose Cree Youth on #WorldRiversDay.

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The places we protect for nature must be connected

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The places we protect for nature must be connected
(October 09, 2021)   -   The loss of wildlife connectivity is the result of fragmentation by a thousand cuts. Dan Kraus, our Director of National Conservation explains the need to restore connectivity and create a robust network of nature corridors in Canada.

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