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What we do
Our vision is based on understanding that only through communication, cooperation and knowledge sharing we can achieve the sustainable future that we want, the future where the principles of sustainability: economic, social and environmental integrity – provide the basis for decision-making and good governance.
The mission of Holarctic Bridge is to link the existing gaps in knowledge and approaches in the conservation of wildlife and biodiversity of natural ecosystems between different countries through cooperation and consultation services in the area of environmental safeguarding, conservation science and sustainability, sharing knowledge and raising awareness.
Книга на Русском – “Птицы Вокруг Нас” – Часть 2 – Печатная Версия – Предзаказ
Книги на Русском – “Птицы Вокруг Нас” – в 2ух Частях – Печатная Версия
Mushrooms: Dumoine River area, September 2020
Книга на Русском – “Птицы Вокруг Нас” – Часть 1 – Печатная Версия
Mountains of Central Asia in photos of Sergei Toropov
Vladimir Morozov collection: My Ontario
Would you like to learn about the life of this swamp and walk along the paths with us to see how local plant and animal species prepare for winter? Join our hike on Sunday, October 23 at 9 am. We meet at Parking 22 of Ottawa Greenbelt, in the proximity of a boardwalk around the Mer Bleue Bog to see the rich fall colors.
This is a free guided hike for those who are interested to know more about birds and mammals that are well adapted to urban conditions or stay at the lake during migration. We’ll meet at 9:00 am on October 22 at the parking along Cassels Street near Mud Lake. We’ll explore the area near Ottawa River and around Mud Lake to see mammals and birds inhabiting this area in October. Families with kids are invited.