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barn swallow, credit: Noah Cole

Nesting instincts
As old barns disappear, people are erecting special structures to stand in as barn swallow nesting habitat. So why are the birds ignoring them?
By Don Scallen

northern mine along wetland and river, credit: Jackie Hookimaw Witt

An oral history of land protection
With a new mine threatening to destroy nearby river habitat, members of the Moose Cree First Nation share their efforts to stop the development.

Prince Edward County’s south shore, credit: Martin Cathrae

On the waterfront
Prince Edward County’s south shore is a unique treasure of biodiversity, but at perennial risk of harm. An inside look at a community’s campaign for permanent protection.
By Conor Mihell

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