Dana Kobilinsky

Same species, different habitats

Even if songbirds are the same species, those found in certain regions of the boreal forests of Canada may select habitat differently than those in other regions, researchers found. “There’s been anecdotal evidence for a

Emily Ronis

Moose removal resumes in Nova Scotia

On Nov. 8, Parks Canada resumed a moose population reduction effort in Cape Breton Highlands National Park in Nova Scotia, attempting to restore boreal forests. The removal, which could run until Dec. 18, allows aboriginal

Dana Kobilinsky

Protecting Canada’s Boreal Forests

Canada’s boreal forests account for more than half of the country’s land. They’re rich in habitat for wildlife such as caribou, bears and wolves, and serve as the most dense terrestrial carbon storehouse on Earth,