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Schools across Canada have been encouraged to participate in the annual WALK FOR WILDLIFE initiative organized by the Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) during National Wildlife Week (April 10th each year). The walk is held as a way to promote awareness of wildlife conservation and species at risk. We are reaching out to teachers to see how we can make the walk a more engaging and interactive learning experience for students. We would appreciate your response to the following questions to help us in our planning for 2018. All respondents who send in their answer by November 5th will be eligible to win a collection of CWF posters for their classroom. Thank you in advance for your support
Has your school ever participated in the WALK FOR WILDLIFE? Yes No Not sure
Who is most likely to participate in a WALK FOR WILDLIFE? Individual classrooms School-wide initiative
Which of the following times would be best to host a walk during the school year? During National Wildlife Week (the week of April 10th) On International Day of Biodiversity (May 22nd) On World Environment Day (June 5) In fall rather than spring
What resources could CWF provide to schools to aid them in organizing a walk?
Which of these incentives would most inspire you to host a walk at your school? As a way to encourage students to get outside As an opportunity to teach students about a specific wildlife species As a fundraiser for wildlife conservation
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