Through our conservation work, outreach and education programs, we connect people to nature and work to protect and conserve Canada's birds, endangered species and parks and protected areas. You can find more information on what we do here.
Yes, Nature Canada is a registered charity. Our charitable registration number is 11883-4704-RR0001.
Learn more about our non-profit status by visiting Canada Revenue Agency's Charities Listings.
You can read our financial reports by downloading the latest annual report here.
Unfortunately, we are not able to endorse products, companies or websites with whom we are not directly involved. We do not have the financial resources or staff to address every endorsement request that we receive.
We're glad you asked! Join us in raising our collective voice for nature by signing up for one of our action campaigns and becoming a member of our Action Team. Need a little help writing a letter? Read our tips on how to write persuasively.
There are many easy ways that you can green your work space. Read our tips on greening your office or business here.
Lowering your carbon footprint at home can be easy. Start by reading our tips on simple things that you can do at home, and tackle climate change as a family by trying these fun activities.
Welcoming wildlife into your backyard can be as easy as putting up a bird feeder or planting a monarch butterfuly-friendly garden. Read our tips on how you can make a difference in your backyard here.
Contact your local wildlife rehabilitation centre. Don't know where to look? Start by searching a wildlife rehabilitation centre directory such as this one.
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