Success recovery stories
Are you aware that Parks Canada Agency has already supported several field initiatives for the recovery of the species at risk?
Find out more about these successful stories.
Eyes and hands for Species at Risk
Stewardship in action in the Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve
Saving the Ice Age Grass
First Nation community involvement in managing species at risk
When is an island not an island?
St. Lawrence Islands National Park works with its neighbours to protect species at risk
Getting to Know the ‘big bad wolf’
Conserving the Eastern Wolf population in La Mauricie National Park
Teaming up for species at risk
Big things are happening all along the Trent-Severn Waterway
Protecting prairie landscapes
Cooperation for species and habitats at risk
- Woodland Caribou
What's happening to Jasper's caribou?
Doing the groundwork
Restoring Garry oak ecosystems
A little beauty on the barrens
A cooperative, ecosystems approach to protecting rare plants
Grazing the grasslands
Large grazers are important allies in managing Grasslands National Park
Back from the brink
Welcoming back Pink Sand-verbena to Pacific Rim National Park
Parks Canada gives snakes a break
Working to improve attitudes toward the eastern Massasauga rattlesnake
Heading up the river
A unique fish ladder is helping species at risk reclaim their habitat