David Browne, the Conservation Director at CWF says the changes to the endangered species act rolls back some protections species once had.
The two countries share hundreds of cross-border species at risk
Did you know that some butterflies also get their nutrients from damp sand, compost and manure (behaviours called “mud puddling”), as well as from tree sap and moist organic matter like rotting fruit, dung and carrion?
That was the focus of a two hour CBC radio show called Cross Country Check Up. Carolyn Callaghan, CWF senior conservation biologist, was a special guest on the Aug. 10 show. She agreed with callers from coast to coast who said that we...
The United Nations warns that 1 million species worldwide are at risk of extinction
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