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In response to the rapidly changing COVID-19 pandemic, Carolinian Canada is following public health guidelines.  We are making program adjustments and enhancements as recommended. Through our virtual office, we will continue to work strongly with our partners for a green future.  We will update this notice as new information is available.

Are you a teacher? Would you like to teach your students about local biodiversity?


An invitation: come and explore The Carolinian Life Zone. It's time to get to know the wildlife in your backyard. After all, where else can you find Kentucky Coffee Tree, Giant Tiger Swallowtail and Eastern Prickly Pear Cactus?


In Canada we are lucky to have access to fresh water, and are stewards of 7% of all the renewable freshwater in the world. In Carolinian Canada we are surrounding by the Great Lakes...


As you enjoy the great outdoors it is important that you are aware of the impact that you are having on natural areas...

Many people feed wildlife either on purpose (to see animals up close) or by accident (improper disposal of food waste), but they may not realize that this can have negative consequences for both wildlife and people...

There are many opportunities for members of the public to play an important role in scientific research. Citizen science programs use networks of volunteers to record observations across broad geographic areas over long periods to time to answer important questions about species...

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