Populations

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Diversity of Canada’s Marine Coastal Habitats

Learn about the plants and animals in Canada’s marine coastal habitats, and what you can do to protect them.
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Diversity of Canada’s Marine Coastal Habitats

fancy guppies

Guppies, Guppies Everywhere!

How do different populations adapt to their environment? Let’s explore this concept through guppy speciation.
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Guppies, Guppies Everywhere!

Great tits eat from a bird feeder

Natural Selection in Your Backyard

A study on bird feeders and beak sizes shows how an everyday human activity can affect the evolution of another species.
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Natural Selection in Your Backyard

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How are the World's Bee Populations Doing?

Bees are important for agriculture. But bee populations face threats. This resource looks at Colony Collapse Disorder, herbicides & pesticides, and more.
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How are the World's Bee Populations Doing?

Birds flying near a wind farm

Are wind farms a threat to wildlife?

Wind power is a growing source of electricity generation. But wind projects often affect local wildlife populations, and researchers are using environmental monitoring techniques to alleviate some of these impacts.
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Are wind farms a threat to wildlife?