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Rosalynn Carter, Arthur Milnes, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, and RCGS CEO John Geiger
Photo: Bobby Ellis/Canadian Geographic
Medal honours the former President's role in expanding the U.S. national parks system and work with Habitat for Humanity
Yukon researcher Dave Mossop holds a pair of kestrel hatchlings
Photo: Yukon College
There was no sign of these birds of prey in the boreal Yukon by 2007, but a long-term study is now recording small returns
Dave Mossop tient dans ses bras deux bébés crécerelles
Photo : Collège Yukon
Il n’y avait aucun signe de ces oiseaux de proie dans la forêt boréale au Yukon vers 2007, mais une étude à long terme indique le retour de ces oiseaux de proie.
monarch butterflies covers the forest floor of El Rosario Butterfly Sanctuary in Michoacán Mexico
Photo: Jaime Rojo
Three Canadian photojournalists among those honoured for visual storytelling 
Canada's protected areas
Map: Chris Brackley/Can Geo
Visualize all of the parks, wildlife areas, forest and marine reserves across Canada to compare how much of each province and territory has been protected
Boreal wetland in the Northwest Territories
Photo: Chad Delany
A new report from the Boreal Songbird Initiative calls for enhanced protection of wetlands within Canada's boreal forest
How national parks are helping to conserve species
Base map: Chris Brackley/Canadian Geographic
From plains bison in Elk Island National Park to beluga whales in Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park, Parks Canada is leading the charge on these crucial wildlife recovery programs 
Trépanier paints the historic Port Leopold Hudson Bay Company Trading Post, Somerset Island, Nunuvut
Photo: Jeff Topham
A decade in the making, these paintings show most of the northern national parks in all their beautiful variety
Photo: Megan Lorenz
Photographer Megan Lorenz shares her experience shooting in Canada's oldest provincial park
Lancaster Sound in the Canadian High Arctic
Photo: Ginette Vachon/Can Geo Photo Club
Blood on ice in the Arctic is not a sign of death, but an affirmation of life itself
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