La Fondation pour la protection des sites naturels du Nouveau-Brunswick est une association de bienfaisance dédiée à la conservation des zones écologiquement significatives du Nouveau-Brunswick et protège à ce jour 36 réserves naturelles.
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UNB Sustainability launch today – see you there!
Amazing aerial perspective of the L’Etang Islands Nature Preserve courtesy of our Conservation on Canvas artist Michael McEwing who checked several more of our nature preserves off his bucket list by air!
"It is essential that we seize the opportunity – while we still can – to develop sustainably and create a future where people can live and prosper in harmony with nature," said WWF International Director General Marco Lambertini.
Read more about WWF’s recent release of the Living Planet report here: http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/wwf-report-global-wildlife-populations-down-by-half-since-1970-1.2782031
The world populations of fish, birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles fell overall by 52 per cent between 1970 and 2010, far faster than previously thought, the World Wildlife Fund says
Friendly reminder that David Suzuki and The Blue Dot Tour will be in New Brunswick tomorrow evening in Saint John! http://bluedot.ca/
The Blue Dot Tour is a movement to recognize every Canadian’s right to live in a healthy environment. Join us today and stand up for the people and places you love
On Saturday, September 20, over 20 volunteers and staff members took to our Meredith Houseworth Memorial Seashore preserve at Whale Cove on Grand Manan for a cleanup day. Every year, we choose one of our Charlotte County island nature preserves for a cleanup (called our Annual Charlotte Isles Cleanup), but, this year, we also teamed up, with the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup—a national initiative to keep shorelines clean and collect data about the litter found along Canadian waterways.
Within 3.5 hours, the group removed about 30 bags of garbage and recycling from the 0.6 km stretch of shoreline. According to the data collected during the day, the most prevalent litter found on the preserve included elastic bands used for lobster claws, rope, and small plastic pieces. The stranger items found throughout the day are a mini fridge door, some type of canister from Barcelona, and a riffle bag. Some of the group also found a live eel stuck in a washed ashore lobster trap that was removed from the trap and released back into the ocean.
Thank you again to all of our volunteers who braved the windy day to help keep this nature preserve clean for people and wildlife!
Wow – lucky sighting for a group of naturalists with Nature Moncton!
A whale watching tour group in the Bay of Fundy got a rare treat during the last trip of the season Friday.
#FlashbackFriday to the geology field trip during last year’s Annual General Meeting to learn about the cliffs of Seven Days Work Cliff Nature Preserve.
We hope you’ll join us this year for our AGM in the Village of Gagetown Municipality! Details here: http://us5.campaign-archive2.com/?u=793436a2bb3be90cf7014533b&id=f2765b9420
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