Hello Spring

Hello Spring brings you moments of beauty from across the country

Like much of the world, Canadians have been practicing social distancing, sticking close to home. But finally, we’re re-awakening to nature in our backyards, outside our windows, and on walks through our neighbourhoods.
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It's been a long winter in much of Canada, and while spring officially begins in late March, many of us just starting to feel the tickling of a warm breeze in May. Like much of the world, Canadians have been practicing social distancing and sticking close to home. But finally, we're re-awakening to nature in our backyards, outside our windows, and on walks through our neighbourhoods.

Hello Spring is all about celebrating the wonder of spring as it unfolds across the country in the midst of a year unlike any other. It brings us majestic scenes from the natural world and glimpses of springtime beauty captured by Canadians from across the country.

Show us your spring!

What does spring look like in your neck of the woods? Share glimpses of spring from your corner of the country using the hashtag #hellospringcbc and your location on Twitter and Instagram. We will highlight the best of these images and videos on the Hello Spring website.
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And stay tuned for stories from young conservationist, wildlife educator and host Connel Bradwell who is joining our Hello Spring project and highlighting the best moments that you've shared and from the rest of our natural world.

Experience the beauty

We reached out to some of Canada's top nature and wildlife cinematographers, led by renowned filmmaker Jeff Turner, who are capturing epic and stunning moments  – from grey whales feeding along the ocean floor off Vancouver Island; to herds of bison ranging across the newly-green prairies; to tiny baby hummingbirds. 

We will be showcasing new videos over the next few weeks, but come take a look at what we've featured so far!

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Watch spring unfold in real-time

The Hello Spring website and social feeds will feature a collection of the best nature livestreams from coast to coast – from tender moments of eagles feeding their young in B.C. to local wildlife at a feeder, captured by an amateur enthusiast in the foothills of Alberta. See our list of live nature streams!

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