The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is Canada's leading national land conservation organization. Since 1962, NCC and our partners have helped to conserve more than 2.6 million acres (1 million hectares) of ecologically significant land nationwide.
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The Nature Conservancy of Canada's (NCC's) on-the-ground work is led by a team of conservation science professionals who work to identify, plan and execute the protection of the best of Canada's natural spaces and manage and restore them for the long term. This process ensures that our conservation actions (like buying land, removing invasive weeds or mapping the location of rare species) are efficient and effective.
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Contrary to popular belief black bears are not true hibernators. While the black bear does not have to eat or eliminate waste, unlike many small mammal hibernators, bears can wake up and wander around for short periods during the winter months if the weather becomes uncharacteristically warm.
The characteristic pale, heart-shaped face of the barn owl easily distinguishes it from other owls. These medium-sized owls have a wingspan of 100-125 centimetres (39-49 inches) and weigh less than one kilogram (two pounds).
The Canada lynx is one of three cats that inhabit Canada's boreal forest. This species is primarily found throughout Cape Breton Island and Newfoundland and in the forested areas of northern New Brunswick.
Theese are some locations where the N.C.C are found.
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