Learn how we are protecting species, habitats and ecosystems

Conservation scientists at Parks Canada work closely with holders of Indigenous knowledge to protect and manage these natural places for future generations.

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Nature and wildlife conservation stories

Conservation projects at Parks Canada places


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Tidy tundra

In collaboration with Inuit partners, staff at Qausuittuq National Park aim to tidy up the tundra to benefit caribou and the ecosystem alike.
Protecting species

Wildlife webcams and remote cameras

From northern Yukon to the waters of Quebec’s Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park, our cameras capture the wild lives of wildlife.
Ecological monitoring

Two paths, one destination

Indigenous knowledge works hand in hand with modern science to protect a park and a homeland
Indigenous ecological knowledge

Testing the waters: one advisor’s role in creating new National Marine Conservation Areas

Marine Areas Establishment Advisor Diane Blanchard has a unique role in helping create protected areas.
New protected areas

A map of the changing North

How will climate change affect northern parks like Tuktut Nogait?
Climate change

Garry Oak Learning Meadow

Visit a rich eco-cultural landscape at Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Sites.
Conserving and restoring ecosystems

Meet our conservation staff

Get to know the dedicated employees who work behind the scenes at Parks Canada.

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Get involved with conservation

Parks Canada protects some of the world’s most extraordinary natural and cultural wonders.

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