Audubon also collaborates with Cornell University, Bird Studies Canada and the Canadian Nature Federation in Project FeederWatch, a program that has enlisted backyard birders in monitoring bird populations since the 1970s.
What does CNF stand for?
CNF stands for Canadian Nature Federation
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of CNF
We have 72 other meanings of CNF in our Acronym Attic
- Commission Nationale pour l'Etude de l'Utilisation Pacifique de l'Energie Nucleaire (Belgium)
- Centre National d'Etudes Veterinaires et Alimentaires (France)
- Central New England Woodturners
- Catholic Near East Welfare Association
- Consolidated Electronic Warfare
- Centre National Pour l'Exploitation des Oceans (France)
- Belo Horizonte /Belo Horizon, Minas Gerais, Brazil Aeropuerto Internacional Tancredo Neves (Airport Code)
- California Nigerian Forum
- California Nurses Foundation (Oakland, California)
- Cámara Nacional Forestal
- Canadian Neutron Facility (proposed replacement reactor for the NRU research reactor in Chalk River Ontario)
- Canadian Nurses Foundation
- Canadian Nutrient File
- Carbon Nanofiber (composite)
- Carbon Neutral Fuel (energy)
- Cellulose Nanofiber
- Central Neutralization Facility
- Cercle Nautique de France
- Certificat de Nationalité Française (French: Certificate of French Nationality)
- Championnat National Français (French: French National Championships; gaming)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Here's what the Canadian Nature Federation says about The Pacific Rim National Park Reserve: "Pacific Rim is under intense threat both from within the park, and from land use beyond its borders.
For more information: Canadian Nature Federation, http://www.
In fact, several key natural resource industry groups such as the Mining Association of Canada and the Canadian Pulp and Paper Association teamed up with environmental groups such as the Sierra Club of Canada, the Canadian Nature Federation, and the Canadian Wildlife Federation to press for significant improvements to the bill that would strengthen protective measures and encourage landowners and industries to protect species at risk.