A Backyard Frog Guide for New BrunswickBlossoming frog enthusiasts in New Brunswick will soon have a new tool to help them identify the province’s nine frog and toad species. Aided by a $2,700 grant from the Canadian Wildlife Federation, Nature NB is producing a poster and field guide to introduce beginners of all ages to their amphibious neighbours.
A Little Town With a Lot of Heart
By Sarah Coulber
CWF Certifies Entire Community as Wildlife Friendly
A Garden StreamCascading water enhances a garden and attracts a larger variety of birds. The sound of a gurgling stream is an intoxicating draw to both people and wildlife. It enhances relaxation and helps filter out background noises that invade our lives.
Move Over FrostyWe’ve got three snow critters to create outside with your favourite kids this winter!
Bird Watching - A Healthy, Happy HobbyProbably 10 per cent of the people in the western world are already birdwatchers.
Is your garden water-smart?
Clean water is critical to our wild spaces. So it’s important to practice smart water use in our gardens. Help the environment — and your wallet — with these tips:
Before You Start Sprinkling Salt on Your Icy Driveway, Read This.