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From polar bears to peregrine falcons, blue whales to bees, find out about Canada’s wildlife, habitats and conservation news.

illustration by Charlene Chua
Illustration: Charlene Chua/Canadian Geographic
Insects are by far the most populous species on the planet, but they seem to be disappearing. Why aren't more people concerned?
View of Coal Harbour from room at Westin Bayshore Vancouver
Photo: Brittany Duggan/Canadian Geographic
With its picturesque gardens, onsite apiary and visiting otter, Vancouver's historic waterfront hotel is close to nature by design
tiger shark
Photo: Albert Kok/Wikimedia Commons
Meet some of the incredible toothy predators swimming off our shores
north atlantic right whale gulf of st. lawrence
Photo: Larissa Schiffmann/Can Geo Photo Club
Results of necropsies on six whales that died this summer in the Gulf of St. Lawrence reveal blunt force trauma and chronic entanglement as cause of death
bear 148 in banff national park
Alex Taylor/Parks Canada
In spite of the best efforts of researchers and wildlife managers, the life of Bear 148 was destined to be cut prematurely short
polar bear, wapusk national park, Best Wildlife Photography 2018, Daisy Gilardini
Photo: Daisy Gilardini
Photographer Daisy Gilardini talks about polar bears in Wapusk National Park and her Best Wildlife Photography 2018 cover shot
Canada, arctic, C3, expedition, northwest passage, icebreaker
Photo: Michelle Valberg
Photographer-In-Residence Michelle Valberg shares images of the Arctic from her time aboard the Canada C3 Expedition 
Author Britt Wray and Rise of the Necrofauna
Photo: Arden Wray
In her new book, Rise of the Necrofauna, Britt Wray examines the science, controversy and ethics of de-extinction, a movement that could one day see the return of extinct species such as the woolly mammoth and Tasmanian tiger
North, Arctic, Polar Knowledge, Inuit, research, char, wildlife
Photo: Jean-Sébastien Moore
How a Université Laval scientist, DFO researchers and locals in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, are working together to keep these staple fish populations healthy 
North, Arctic, Polar Knowledge, Inuit, research, char, wildlife
Photo : Jean-Sébastien Moore
Découvrez comment un scientifique de l’Université Laval, des chercheurs du MPO et des habitants de Cambridge Bay, au Nunavut, travaillent ensemble afin de préserver l’état de ces populations de poissons.
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