Connecting With Nature
January 24, 2019, CWF Blog – All along the California coast in fall and winter, there are places you can visit where colonies of adult Monarch butterflies overwinter.
January 24, 2019, CWF Blog – Are we witnessing a mass extinction?
January 24, 2019, CBC – Photo of eagle scrambling to defend its food wins top prize from Canadian Wildlife Federation
January 23, 2019, Ottawa Citizen – iNaturalist.ca was featured recently in the Ottawa Citizen as one of the best travel apps.
January 23, 2019, CWF Blog – Take a look below at some of Canada’s most popular scavengers and some that just may surprise you.
January 15, 2019, CWF Blog – While every action, individual and specific interest in wildlife is important to us, we are here to tell you that it can very easily be your name on the press release, awards trophy and banquet reception honouring today’s Conservation...
January 11, 2019, Lake88.ca – The Canadian Wildlife Federation’s Dr. Carolyn Callaghan talks about the steep decline of the Monarch butterfly and what we can do to protect this endangered species.
January 9, 2019, CWF Blog – Cold weather activity can help boost your brain, burn more calories and help combat risks of obesity and depression that come from spending a sedentary life indoors all winter. Bears and bats need to store their fat to get through the...
December 31, 2018, CBC – Hope for Wildlife in Seaforth, N.S., hired 50 interns in 2018 from all over the world to keep up with demand - including CCC participant Kambal Bloxham.
December 17, 2018 – The Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is pleased to announce the expansion of the Canadian Conservation Corps (CCC) with six new cohorts to be announced in 2019.
“We’re thrilled with the achievements of the five groups we...