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Canoe Creek-Long Lake area of the Great Bear Wilderness on the threatened midcoast of British Columbia.

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6304
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Alpine meadow in British Columbia's Selkirk Mountain Range. BC's fragile ecosystems need more protection. The Wilderness Committee advocates protecting 40% of BC from industrial development.

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6365
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Garry oak meadows are some of the rarest, most beautiful and most threatened in Canada.

The greeting card is blank inside; printed with vegetable-based inks on recycled paper, measures 5” x 7” and comes with a 100% recycled envelope.

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6380
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Prairie Crocuses bloom very early in springtime. Maintoba's provincial flower, they are usually found growing only on sites where the original prairie sod has never been broken and they are becoming rarer every year.

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6397
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Chocolate Lily growing in a patch of Sea Blush in Smuggler Cover Marine Park, near Sechelt, British Columbia.

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6410
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Hairy Paintbrush covered in heavy frost in the Botanie Valley, BC.

The greeting card is blank inside; printed with vegetable-based inks on recycled paper, measures 5” x 7” and comes with a 100% recycled envelope.

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6425
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Garry Oak meadows are one of the rarest ecosystems in Canada. Only 1% of this ecosystem remains intact.

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6429
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 British Columbia is renowned for having the finest alpine flower meadows in the world. Among the finest of these are those found in the new 71,000 hectare South Chilcotin Mountain Park, located about half way between Lilooet and Whistler, B.C.

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6434
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Boasting jewel-like colouring, the regal monarch butterfly is a natural wonder found throughout North America. Its sensitivity to climate change and habitat destruction make the long-term health of this migratory butterfly uncertain.

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6445
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A harbinger of spring, the beautiful silvery blue butterfly can be found flitting through fields of wildflowers in search of nectar.

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6452

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