Wildlife, plants and species
Biodiversity, species at risk, aquatic species, migratory birds, wildlife research.
- Learn about a species at risk
- Species at risk success recovery stories
- What is the Species at Risk Act?
- Wood bison
- Woodland caribou – Southern Mountain population
- Learn more about Canada's boreal forest
- Find out more about the forest industry in Canada
- Learn more about deforestation in Canada
- Plant protection
Services and information
Permits, funding, consultations and recovery news relating to species at risk.
How wildlife trade regulations affect you and protect both land and aquatic species.
Protecting plants and animals (both native and domestic) against invasive species.
Aquatic species in Canadian waters, including those at risk, invasive, fished or farmed.
Variety of genes, species and ecosystems that keep the living world healthy.
Conservation, research, regulations, monitoring and permits relating to migratory birds.
Conserving wilderness and restoring wildlife habitats.
Wildlife studies, ecotoxicology, landscape science, ecosystems, earth observation, national parks.
Canada’s water ecosystems and the research efforts to keep them healthy.
What we are doing
Laws and regulations
Forest invasive alien species
The Government of Canada has set up an Invasive Alien Species strategy for Canada.
Bats and Parks Canada
Parks Canada celebrates Bat Week: October 24 - 31.
BioBlitz events at Parks Canada
Join Parks Canada for a fun BioBlitz event taking place at some national parks this summer.
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