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Take Action

Are you keen to make a difference?  Do you want to put your conservation education into practice? Why not get involved with a Take Action initiative?

The Cross Conservation Area is actively involved in our Take Action for Wildlife initiative and we need your help!  Take Action for Wildlife is encouraging all of our education visitors to take on your own wildlife protection initiative.

Why not share photos, videos or stories about the Cross Conservation Area on our website?

How about a classroom project to build bluebird boxes to provide homes for our feathered friends, start a litter less lunch program,  or start recycling initiatives?

Consider fundraising to protect habitat and so much more!

 

Learn more about resources, existing action projects or information that suits your interests and start making a difference today!  Click Resources to find out more!


Take Action Success Stories

Check out what others have accomplished with their own Take Action initiatives! 

Click on the pictures below to read some of the "Take Action" success stories that were shared with us:


 

If you, your class, or your community have done something wonderful for the environment, we would love to hear from you.  Please send any pictures, stories or description of projects to: info@crossconservation.org

 

Thank you for taking the time to help the environment and wildlife and share your story!

 

area wildlife + plants

Silvery Blue
Glaucopsyche lygdamus

Habitat:  The Silvery Blue can be found throughout all of Alberta and is very common in poplar forests and meadows.

Description:  The Silvery Blue is closer to grey than silver on the underside of its wings with blue on the inside.  Each wing was a distinctive row of black spots running across them.

Size:  25-30mm

Diet:  The...

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