National Geographic: Canada 2022 Wall Calendar

Known for their coverage of nature, travel, and science—and the world’s finest photographers who document it—Universe is proud to partner with National Geographic and to share their incomparable photo archives in a new joint calendar program.

From the great northern tundra to glacial lakes, to colorful coniferous autumns and rolling prairies, National Geographic: Canada 2022 Wall Calendar features twelve months of the vast rugged beauty of the second largest country in the world. This bilingual English/French twelve-month calendar showcases the sandy beaches, rocky coasts, lush forests, and clear lakes, including the Northwest Territories; Canadian Rockies; Nova Scotia; British Columbia; Yukon; and Banff, to name a few.

  • Printed on high-quality, Earth-friendly Forest Stewardship Council certified paper
  • More than 25% of the royalty proceeds directly benefit the National Geographic Society through National National/Disney’s “Purchase Has Purpose” Initiative
  • Curated images from the world-renowned National Geographic photo archives and their incomparable list of photographers
  • Features months, days, holidays, and captions both in French and English
  • Features full-color pages throughout
  • Includes all major and significant holidays
  • Features informative text throughout
  • Stay organized and on track all year
  • Great as a gift for any occasion
  • Perfect for your home or office
  • Includes moon phases
  • Bonus spread for September–December 2021Generous grids for adding appointments and reminders
  • Includes major official world holidays
  • Opens to 12 inches x 24 inches
  • This twelve-month calendar offers an inspiring journey through Canada's unspoiled wilderness, majestic mountains, and rippling lakes.

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National Geographic is the official magazine of the National Geographic Society. Since 1888, the National Geographic Society has driven impact by identifying and investing in an international community of Explorers: leading scientists, educators, storytellers, conservationists, technologists, and many other changemakers who help us define some of the critical challenges of our time.

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