Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals
The City of Vancouver has produced a draft “bird strategy” to give wing to a better environment for birds.
The human hands in blue medical gloves spread out the swallow’s wings. The brown feathers jut out like spikes, their tips frizzled and scorched.
Canada is home to around 15,000 of the world’s surviving polar bears. But can tourism help with conservation efforts when it comes to these threatened animals?
Les protecteurs du béluga ont obtenu gain de cause auprès du gouvernement canadien, lundi 1er décembre
Canada's Arctic islands could be ice-free for months each year by the end of the century, triggering starvation and reproductive failure.
When millions of monarch butterflies take to the sky and fly thousands of kilometres from the United States and southern Canada to Mexico, the view is breathtaking.
Beaufort Sea hosts one of four polar bear populations considered to be on the decline among 19 worldwide.
New research traces the evolutionary origins of monarchs to North America, instead of South America as was previously hypothesized, and identifies a gene related to the butterfly’s distinctive oran
Ende Oktober kommt es in Mexiko zu einem einzigartigen Naturschauspiel: die Ankunft der Monarchfalter.
LELAND, Michigan—A midsummer overcast lifts as Lake Michigan changes from inky black to a deep blue-green.