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

The video is the latest in a campaign by the African Wildlife Foundation to raise awareness of the illegal wildlife trade
caribou in nunavut
Photo: Elaine Kennedy/Can Geo Photo Club
Habitat loss, pollution, climate change have all contributed to steep declines of some species since 1970 
Cover options for Winter 2017 Canadian Geographic Travel issue
Photos: Javier Frutos/Canadian Geographic
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Adam Shoalts, Arctic, explorer, expedition, North, wildlife, canoe, RCGS
Photo: Adam Shoalts
Explorer Adam Shoalts, who completed his monumental 4,000-kilometre journey on September 6, speaks to Canadian Geographic about an expedition that calls to mind the likes of Vilhjalmur Stefansson and Joseph Tyrrell
The 'Wild Species 2015: The General Status of Species in Canada' provides many facts about the tens of thousands of species that call Canada home. Find some below. For instance, did you know that nearly 70 per cent of the known animal species in Canada are insects?
ice grizzly, yukon, valberg
Photo: Michelle Valberg
From September to November, grizzly bears gather in the mountainous Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory to feast on salmon. As the temperature dips, their fur becomes coated in ice, creating an otherworldly look and spectacular photos.
Bald eagle, nest, environment, science, scientist, Besnard Lake, Saskatchewan, Jon Gerrard, Elston Dzus
Photo: Elston Dzus
Jon Gerrard and Elston Dzus lead a now 50-year study of a thriving population of bald eagles in northern boreal Saskatchewan. Here they talk about the longevity of the research, key discoveries, the challenges of climbing trees and more.
Photo: Danny Poinapen/University of Western Ontario
Researchers were able to produce quality, 3D images without harming their subjects
(Photo: WildAid)
Kung Fu Pangolin, the new billboard campaign from the Nature Conservancy and WildAid, raises awareness for the world’s most trafficked mammal. 
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