Winter is for the birds – and we mean that in a good way! With bare trees and snow-covered landscapes providing little camouflage, winter is a great time to bird watch. On the other hand, winter is a very fragile time for Canada’s wild birds. Wintering birds have adapted well to survive the coldest months, but that doesn’t mean we humans can’t chip in to ensure they have adequate food, water and roosting spots. Here’s two ways to help: build a bird feeder, and then stock it with CWF’s exclusive line of quality bird seed!
Connecting with Wildlife: Below Zero
Nature is all around us, even in winter! Get outside and enjoy it. Explore the world of winter wildlife activities available when Canadian temperatures dip below zero!
Wildlife in Winter
Just like humans, wild creatures need water, food, shelter and space in order to survive. The four basic habitat elements also need to be arranged in a particular way to suit each species.