To celebrate Canada’s 150th this year, our Wildlife Update team is bringing you a brand new column for 2017. This 150th Anniversary column is a space for us to celebrate how wildlife has impacted Canadian history and culture. We’ll be giving a lot of love to animals like the Beaver, Atlantic Cod and even the Snowy Owl so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for future issues.
The Snowy Owl
Discover how this iconic bird made its mark on Canadian culture through the years.
Conservationists Through the Years
Looking back at conservationists that stood up on behalf of Canada’s wildlife.
The North American Bison
Let’s take a walk down memory lane with this iconic species.
The Right Whale
Diving into History with this Endangered Marine Mammal
Our Watery Legacy
Canada is steeped in historic waterways – let’s dive into a few!
The Resurgence of the Canada Goose
How One Bird Made the Leap From Endangered To Thriving
Provincial and Territorial Floral Emblems
To help celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary, check out our 13 provincial and territorial floral emblems and how they are important to both our history and our wild spaces.
The Story Behind Your Pocket Change
The North American Beaver
Let’s take a walk down memory lane with one of Canada’s most iconic species.
The Pacific Salmon
One fish that made quite the impact on Canadian history and culture
How one tree became the symbol of a nation