It is day 3 of the Spirit of Christmas for Mother Nature posts. Do you want to keep half of Canada’s public land and water wild – forever? Want to make sure that there are species that can live in these
Today, I am highlighting the World Wildlife Fund-Canada and the David Suzuki Foundation. World Wildlife Fund – Canada These adorable stuffed animals represent the species at risk within Canada, and the world can be “adopted”. The money goes towards conservations
Here are some ideas why these unique trees drop their needles. No needles on the branches mean the snow can shed and prevent ice build-up, and this can reduce the possibility of broken branches. Annual needle loss might help the trees fight
The delicate Calypso Orchid, also called Fairy Slipper or Venus Slipper, is a beautiful wildflower with a growing season from mid-May to early June. Of course, this timing is dependent on when the snow leaves the ground. Where to find
The Prairie Crocus is a sure sign that spring has arrived! But it isn’t a Crocus at all! This beautiful purple flower is actually an anemone, and it belongs to the Buttercup family! When these beautiful purple flowers started to poke their
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