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Tag: habitat loss

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Short-eared Owl

Reversing habitat loss for short-eared owls

The short-eared owl is at risk of extinction. There's good news though: habitat loss is reversible. Learn more about our plan to restore million hectares. Read More
The short-eared owl is at risk of extinction. There's good news though: habitat loss is reversible. Learn more about our...
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A tiger in Nam Et – Phou Louey National Park, Lao PDR in 2013.

Where tigers no longer roam

100 years ago, tigers were prevalent across Asia. Today they exist in just 5 per cent of their historic range. Read More
100 years ago, tigers were prevalent across Asia. Today they exist in just 5 per cent of their historic...
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Rainette faux-grillon

The Western chorus frog’s spring song is endangered

The primary threat to the chorus frog — which has the misfortune of coveting places that are also highly prized by humans — is habitat destruction. On Montreal’s South Shore in particular, urban sprawl... Read More
The primary threat to the chorus frog — which has the misfortune of coveting places that are also highly...
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New troubles for monarchs and how you can help

The butterfly is continuing to lose ground in Mexico’s forests, but you can help monarchs rebound this spring by making the right choices for your garden. Read More
The butterfly is continuing to lose ground in Mexico’s forests, but you can help monarchs rebound this spring by...
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