The Canadian Wildlife Foundation recently donated $5,000 to Ph.D. candidate Lynne Burns, of Dalhousie University and Chair of Biology Hugh Broders of St. Mary’s University. The team is researching the fall migration patterns and health of Atlantic Canada bat populations.
How your garden can coexist with wildlife
Banding Birds in the Yukon
CWF Helps Determine Migratory Bird Populations in the North.
By Stephanie Poff
Bat Surveying in the Gatineau ParkDo our bats prefer open or closed canopies? You might be surprised by the answer!
Be Green on St. Paddy’s Day
Green clover. Green hats. Green beer. St. Patrick’s Day, celebrated worldwide, commemorates the Irish and those with Irish ancestry. But we at CWF can celebrate a different kind of green too. Check out these fun green facts — and wear green with pride this Tuesday!
Beating the Heat
When our blood begins to boil under the blazing summer sun, we go to all sorts of lengths to chill out, from taking a dip in a pool to standing in front of the open fridge door. But we aren’t the only ones that need to beat the heat. Animals feel it, too, and though they don’t have a neighbour’s pool for refreshment, they’ve come up with some pretty cool methods of their own.
Beneath Saskatchewan’s Migratory Flyway
CWF recently donated $15,000 to help the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation buy 100 acres of wildlife habitat near Saskatoon. Read on to find out about this rich prairie mosaic and what makes it so special.
Beyond White-nose SyndromeWhile we wait for a cure, we need to tackle the other threats facing our bats
Big Bad Wolf?
By April Overall
Wolves Might Be the Villains in Storybooks, but They’re the Heroes of Healthy Ecosystems.
Bird Watching - A Healthy, Happy HobbyProbably 10 per cent of the people in the western world are already birdwatchers.
Biting Bugs? Fight Back
Spring has sprung, and with its return are biting insects. To cope, try creating a haven for bug-eating allies in your backyard. Here’s how.
Bringing Diversity Home
When it comes to gardening, 2010 is the perfect time to think globally and act locally. This is the International Year of Biodiversity, so why not help celebrate by doing something to support biodiversity right in your own garden?
Bumblebees in a BindPollinators have been battling habitat loss and pesticides for some time now, but it turns out bumblebees may be facing the greatest threat of all
Bun in the OvenWhat makes human pregnancy different from our wild friends’? In some cases, not much…
Burn Brightly, Burn Cleanly
Stay Warm This Winter—Guilt Free.