You can help Nature Canada protect the Scott Islandsthe Pacific coast's most important seabird colony
Wildlife on a Shoestring Budget" (PDF 1.9 MB)
our report on the state of Environment Canada's protected
the Canadian Wildlife Service Web site.
Write to the Prime
Minister and Minister
of the Environment. Tell them about the importance of Canadas National Wildlife Areas and Migratory Bird Sanctuaries and how you support the need for adequate
funding to manage the network.
If you live near a National Wildlife Area or Migratory Bird Sanctuary, write or meet with your federal Member of Parliament and indicate your interest in the site.
If you live near a National Wildlife Area or Migratory Bird Sanctuary, contact Environment Canada and ask them how you can get involved in conservation or education activities at the site.
Minimize your ecological footprint by reducing your consumption and use of natural resources thereby helping to preserve Canadas wild spaces.
Learn about nature by joining your local naturalist club. Your provinces
nature federation can help you find one nearby.
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