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

A male Bullock’s oriole alights from a branch in Kamloops, B.C. Within a month, he will head south to moult. (Photo: Glenn Dreger)

Photo: Glenn Dreger
An essential process has shaped and moulded the lives of migratory birds
Puffin sitting on cliffside surrounded by mountains.

The puffin population found across the Northern Atlantic Ocean are in danger of extinction as their food declines (Photo: Tomáš Malík).

Photo: Tomáš Malík
A look at how global warming impacts foundational conditions for entire ecosystems
Gorgeously illustrated and woven from centuries of human response to the delights of the feathered tribes, The Bedside Book of Birds is for everyone who is passionate about birds and all they mean to humanity

A grey warbler photographed from the author's bedroom window. (Photo: Paul Sorrell)

In an excerpt from his new book, author Paul Sorrell teches how to connect to nature with a photographer's eye
Melanie Challenger explores the conflict between humanity and the animal in her new book, How to Be Animal: A New History of What it Means to be Human

Highly adaptable, Coho can be found in rivers and streams across North America. They generally weigh from 8 to 12 lbs and run from 18 to 24 inches in length. (Photo: Wild Salmon Center)

Photo: Wild Salmon Center
A tire preservative is killing U.S. salmon en masse. The same may be happening in Canada.

Infographic: Kat Barqueiro

As polar bears spend more time on land as a result of melting ice, they will have to shift their diets in order to survive

Photo: UIG via Getty Images

Photo: UIG via Getty Images
The ancient looking coelacanth gained more than 60 genes in relatively recent history
David Schindler

Renowned conservation scientist David Schindler photographed around the time of his retirement from the University of Alberta in 2013. (Photo: Michael Holly/University of Alberta)

Photo: Michael Holly/University of Alberta
Schindler conducted numerous groundbreaking studies during his career in efforts to protect freshwater around the world
A whale's tail fin can be seen above the water

The North Atlantic right whale is one of the world’s most endangered large whale species. (Photo: NOAA)

Photo: NOAA
The smartWhales program relies on industry collaboration
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