Explore this section to learn about species at risk protection and recovery efforts in our national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites, and discover some ways you can contribute to the protection and recovery of these plants and animals.

What is it like to be a bat?
Parks Canada considers an old question.
Six champion travellers
Learn about Parks Canada's longest-migrating species.
The year in turtles
The top 2018 turtle stories from Parks Canada.
Success stories
Parks Canada has supported several field initiatives for the recovery of the species at risk.
Bats and Parks Canada
Parks Canada is committed to doing its best to slow the spread of white-nose syndrome.
Recovering Inner Bay of Fundy Salmon
Parks Canada is working with its partners to bring the King of Fish back to Fundy rivers.
New Brunswick
Helping the Greater Sage-Grouse strut his stuff
A University of Alberta research project focuses on restoring the sagebrush ecosystem in Grasslands National Park.
Scott Sutton and the eastern massasauga rattlesnake
Here are some quick facts about Scott and the rattler he is working to protect.
Managing ships and whales
Parks Canada is working with the shipping industry to reduce collisions between vessels and whales.

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