June 15, 2018 – It’s true! Every summer our waters are invaded by gentle giants from the south! Read more.
June 14, 2018 – Plastic is everywhere. Some of it is important – think medical equipment, but others are just wasteful.
June 12, 2018 – Have you ever seen a turtle digging on the side of the road and wondered what they were doing? That was likely a female turtle nesting.
June 7, 2018 – The Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is hoping more Canadians put a wrap on single use plastics during Rivers to Oceans Week June 8-14 as part of its group of seven strategies for freshwater and marine conservation.
June 5, 2018 – Shannon is a participant in Group 1 of the Canadian Conservation Corps. She writes of her experience in her field learning placement. Having grown up on the east coast with saltwater in my veins, the prospect of spending four months...
May 31, 2018 – After helping Fredericton homeowners during the floods, the newest recruits in the Canadian Conservation Corps are planning additional community service and conservation projects across Canada.
May 31, 2018 – Canadian Conservation Corps Group 2 participant Ben Mowat describes his experience as he and the rest of the group volunteered to help victims of the New Brunswick flooding before they departed for Phase 1 of their journey.
May 29, 2018, CWF Blog – Here are some of the Canadian Wildlife Federation’s Photo Contest images showing Canada’s hummingbirds in their habitat.
May 23, 2018, CWF Blog – You’re driving down a back-country road and suddenly there’s a turtle on the road. What do you do? Read on to learn how to move a turtle across the road.
May 18, 2018 – The Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is thanking Canadians for helping endangered species including turtles and pollinators as we approach International Day of Biodiversity May 23 and World Turtle Day May 24.
May 18, 2018, CTV News – Closure to take effect in several areas today after North Atlantic Right Whales spotted
May 17, 2018, CWF Blog – Does your school have a garden? More and more educators are experiencing the magic that happens when a school garden becomes a dynamic teaching tool.
May 15, 2018, CWF Blog – Canadian Conservation Corps Group 1 participant Nick Butt describes his experience with the program to date.
May 10, 2018, CWF Blog – Let’s celebrate International Migratory Bird Day on May 12 by learning more about some of the coolest feathered travelers that are, or will be, arriving up North for a few months!
May 8, 2018, CWF Blog – Happy Mother’s Day! As you celebrate, keep a lookout for turtles — she could be a mom, too!
May 3, 2018, CWF Blog – After a long winter, the 46 bats rescued this past December in Mississippi Mills, Ontario are going home
May 1, 2018, CWF Blog – Pollinators — such as bees, butterflies and many others species — face real and serious problems including habitat loss, pesticide use and climate change. Insect pollinators are declining around the world. . Without pollinators, our food...
April 26, 2018, CWF Blog – Canadian Conservation Corps Group 1 participant Nicole Webster gives us a tour at her field learning placement at SCALES Nature Park in Ontario.
April 24, 2018, CWF Blog – Make Rain Barrels a Fun Feature of Your Garden — Not an Ugly Tool to Hide!
April 17, 2018, CWF Blog – Pacific salmon are some of the most iconic fish species in Canada.