Found in forests across Canada, Canada lynx need large blocks of well-connected habitat. This species is one of many in Canada that is threatened by habitat loss and fragmentation.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is committed to protecting and connecting key habitat for Canada lynx through the conservation of the Restigouche River and its tributaries around the border of New Brunswick and Quebec. This region is a critical natural corridor for many species of wildlife that need large, connected habitats, including Canada lynx.
NCC is Canada's leading national charity dedicated to the protection of significant, threatened habitat across the country. With the help of other concerned Canadians like you, NCC has protected 14 million hectares (35 million acres) of ecologically significant land nationwide since 1962.
If you believe that protecting and connecting habitat for species like Canada lynx is the best thing we can do to protect their future, fill out our form. We'll let you know how you can help.