Five Simple Ways to Help Save Migratory Birds

Windows are one of the biggest threats to our local and migratory bird populations – it’s estimated that 25 million birds in Canada die each year from window collisions. Together, we can help migratory birds travel to their winter homes safely this fall.
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Researching Arctic Species in Churchill

The Assiniboine Park Conservancy’s (APC) Conservation and Research team recently travelled to Churchill, MB as part of two exciting research projects concerning arctic species.
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Plant of the Month: Joe Pye Weed

Joe Pye Weed (Eupatorium purpureum) is a wonderful late-summer herbaceous perennial that is at its finest from mid-August through fall. If you're looking to create a pollinator-friendly garden, Joe Pye is an absolute bee magnet!
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Animal of the Month: Red Panda

As red pandas mature, hair grows and covers their entire foot, including the foot pads! This helps to give them traction in order to walk on ice, or climb wet slippery branches.
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Saving the Poweshiek Skipperling from Extinction

The Assiniboine Park Conservancy has released 19 critically endangered Poweshiek skipperling butterflies at the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s properties located in the Tall Grass Prairie Preserve in the RM of Stuartburn in southeastern Manitoba.
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