Nature Canada


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Nature Canada

Address:85 Albert St, Suite 900
Ottawa, ON K1P6A4

Phone:613-562-3447
Fax:613-562-3371
Phone:800-267-4088
Web: www.naturecanada.ca
Established: 1939. Description:Committed to protecting nature, its diversity, and the processes that sustain it. Promotes a healthy interaction between humans and the natural environment and encourages individuals to be environmentally responsible in everyday life. Members: 40,000. Dues: $35/year.
Publications: Nature Canada (2x/year); free to members. Nature Matters (5x/year); free to members. Nature in your Backyard (special edition magazine); free to members. Grass n' Roots (annually); free to members.

See other parks in Ontario.
References in periodicals archive ?
He has written articles for the magazine Nature Canada.
The workshop was convened by Nature Canada with the support of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI), Environment Canada and BirdLife International.
He was a gifted writer, editor, and translator, serving on the editorial boards of the Canadian Journal of Zoology and Ontario Bird Banding, and writing a bi-monthly column on natural history for the popular magazine Nature Canada for many years.
Organizations leading the black-out include the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment, the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, the David Suzuki Foundation, Ecojustice, Greenpeace, Nature Canada, Sierra Club Canada and World Wildlife Fund Canada, and several others.
Proceeds from the events will be donated to Nature Canada.
It has developed into a cooperative research project of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Bird Studies Canada (formerly the Long Point Bird Observatory) with support from the National Audubon Society and Nature Canada.
World Wildlife Fund Canada/Fonds Mondial Pour La Nature Canada, "Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup," Canada, $50,000
Edward Cheskey, a long-time outdoor educator with the Waterloo Regional Board of Education, currently lives in the Ottawa Region where he works for Nature Canada as manager of the Canadian Nature Network.

Full browser ?