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About: Raising awareness about the species we risk losing in Nova Scotia, the reasons for their decline, and what we as Nova Scotians can do to help

whip-poor-will (IUCN (international) conservation status: NEAR THREATENED; Official conservation status in Nova Scotia: THREATENED; NatureServe conservation status of Nova Scotia breeding population: CRITICALLY IMPERILED) Posted Feb 23, 2021

showy tick-trefoil (Showy tick-trefoil official conservation status in Nova Scotia: NOT LISTED; NatureServe conservation status in Nova Scotia: CRITICALLY IMPERILED). Posted Feb 22, 2021

vole ears lichen (COSEWIC (Canada-wide) conservation status: ENDANGERED; Conservation status in Nova Scotia: ENDANGERED) Posted Feb 21, 2021

Canada lily (Canada lily official conservation status in Nova Scotia: NOT LISTED; NatureServe conservation status for the species in Nova Scotia: IMPERILED). Posted Feb 19, 2021

barn swallow (COSEWIC (Canada-wide) conservation status: THREATENED; Conservation status in Nova Scotia: ENDANGERED) Posted Feb 19, 2021

black ash (IUCN (global) conservation status: CRITICALLY ENDANGERED; NatureServe conservation status of the species in Nova Scotia: CRITICALLY IMPERILED; Nova Scotia official conservation status: THREATENED) Posted Feb 18, 2021

water pennywort (Water pennywort conservation status in Nova Scotia: ENDANGERED) Posted Feb 17, 2021

bohemian cuckoo-bumble bee (Conservation status in Nova Scotia: ENDANGERED). Posted Feb 15, 2021

short-eared owl (COSEWIC (Canada-wide) conservation status: SPECIAL CONCERN
Conservation status in Nova Scotia: NOT LISTED) Posted Feb 15, 2021

maidenhair fern (Northern maidenhair fern official conservation status in Nova Scotia: NOT LISTED
NatureServe conservation status for the species in Nova Scotia: CRITICALLY IMPERILED) Posted Feb 13, 2021

American eel (IUCN conservation status: ENDANGERED
COSEWIC conservation status: THREATENED) Posted Feb 13, 2021

eastern white cedar (Eastern white cedar conservation status in Nova Scotia: VULNERABLE) Posted Feb 11, 2021

Plymouth gentian (Plymouth gentian conservation status in Nova Scotia: ENDANGERED) Posted Feb 11, 2021

bobolink (Bobolink conservation status in Nova Scotia: VULNERABLE) Posted Feb 11, 2021

wild leek (NatureServe wild leek conservation status in Nova Scotia: VULNERABLE; Official conservation status in Nova Scotia: NOT LISTED) Posted Feb 9, 2021

eastern ribbon snake (Eastern ribbon snake conservation status in Nova Scotia: THREATENED) Posted Feb 9, 2021

Blanding’s turtles (IUCN, COSEWIC and Nova Scotia conservation status: ENDANGERED) Posted Feb 8, 2021

white elm (IUCN Conservation status: ENDANGERED; Conservation status in Nova Scotia: NOT LISTED) Posted Feb 7, 2021

Sable Island sweat bee “Not much is currently known about this species, an exceedingly rare bee that occurs on Sable Island”. Posted Feb 7, 2021

pine marten (Marten conservation status in Nova Scotia: ENDANGERED). Posted Feb 6, 2021

wood turtle (IUCN conservation status: ENDANGERED; Conservation status in Nova Scotia: THREATENED). Posted Feb 6, 2021

red knot (conservation status in Nova Scotia: ENDANGERED) Posted Feb 5, 2021

round-leaved hepatica (Conservation status in Nova Scotia: NOT LISTED) Posted Feb 4, 2021