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Tips for a Green Christmas

NOVEMBER 26, 2021 — It’s the end of November and we are fast approaching the holiday season. Festive music is already playing on the radio and in stores, and soon, bright Christmas lights will make the dark drives home a little bit merrier. One must admit, despite the darker and colder evenings, decorations by candlelight …

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NB Naturalist Feature: Maritime Marsh Monitoring Program

By: Adam Cheeseman Summer 2021 Greeted by mosquitoes and the rising sun, Nature NB’s Adam Cheeseman starts his walk along a dyke in the Tintamarre National Wildlife Area near Sackville, his focus trained on the marsh — listening and watching for wetland birds as part of Birds Canada’s Maritime March Monitoring Program. The marsh comes …

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Nature NB is almost 50

2022 will mark the 50th anniversary of Nature NB! Our organization started in 1972 as the New Brunswick Federation of Naturalists. Presently, we are comprised of a dozen naturalist clubs and hundreds of members across the province. Thanks to its dedicated staff, Nature NB offers education programs, citizen science opportunities, and a yearly festival to …

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Top conservation groups challenge federal election candidates to commit to action on nature protection and climate change

SEPTEMBER 8, 2021 — New Brunswick’s leading conservation groups are asking candidates what they will do to protect NB’s nature and act on climate change if they are elected in Canada’s federal election on September 20th. In the open letter, Nature NB, the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society—NB Chapter, the Conservation Council of New Brunswick and …

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