The Pride of Carolinian Canada
Caring for Natural Rarities, Species & Ecosystems @ Risk

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Our Wild Neighbors

In Canada's deep south, the Carolinian life zone, we share our land with a vast mix of wild plants and animals. In terms of species, we are the richest in the country. Can we live in harmony with nature without bringing more species to extinction? People all over Carolinian Canada are making a big difference by saving habitats, monitoring species and giving consideration to our wild neighbors. Travel with Carolinian Canada through our fascinating mosaic of habitats, meet some Species at Risk and find out how you can help.
Conservation Heros in Carolinian Canada - learning about species at risk - photo by Susie Mah
Are You at Risk?

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Carolinian Canada Safari In My Back Yard

Reduce the Risk: Habitat Saving Ideas

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Content based on 2004 guide by Michelle Kanter, Dave Martin, Veronique LeHouk, and Jane Bowles

Webguide designed by Tristan Bentley 2009

Many Thanks to Photographers who donated their work for this project:
Jane Bowles, Allen Woodliffe, John Ambrose, Scott Gillingwater, Ben Porchuk, Rob Willson, Mathis Nativik, Shawn Staton, David Mihilik, Joe Milner, George Brackx, Kevin Railsback, Hamilton Conservation Authority, Essex Region Conservation Authority, Margaret Pickles, Leora Berman, Donald Kirk, Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, Larry Lamb, Peggy Hurst, Michelle Kanter, Gregory Peck, Jim Flynn and Rick Battson.

Thanks also to expert support from Dan Kraus, Mike Nelson and Paul Smith.

Assistance for this project was provided by the Ministry of Natural Resources.