Connecting With Nature
December 11, 2018, CWF Blog – The assessment of 22 wildlife species by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) in November has highlighted a need for provincial and federal governments to work towards preventing the loss of Canada’s...
December 11, 2018, CWF Blog – The Arctic tundra is a fascinating area between the edge of the boreal forest and the permanent ice caps closer to the North Pole.
November 23, 2018, CWF Blog – It’s #GivingTuesday. #GivingTuesday is a day when we think not of packages and bows, but of those in need this season.
November 22, 2018, CBC Radio – More on a new project about to take flight in Eastern Ontario to bring back the monarch butterfly.
November 21, 2018 – The Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is launching a new Monarch butterfly recovery project in Eastern Ontario thanks to a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) and the partnership of the National Capital Commission, Hydro...
November 15, 2018, Le blogue de la FCF – There are 700 species at risk of extinction. Which animals are on the brink and how can we save them?
November 13, 2018, CWF Blog – Below zero temperatures, chilly winds, snow covered grounds…. How do Canadian wildlife prepare themselves? Let’s dive right into wildlife in winter!
November 7, 2018, CWF Blog – Is there anything more heartwarming than seeing a child’s face light up? WILD magazine wants to give you that special moment with your students, and that’s why we’re hosting the WILD Classes program again.
November 2, 2018, CWF Blog – My journey with the Canadian Conservation Corps (CCC) has had no shortage of opportunities and unexpected experiences.
October 25, 2018, CWF Blog – In June of this year, CWF’s turtle team spent many long evenings searching for turtles laying eggs. In particular we were looking for Snapping Turtles and Blanding’s Turtles in the process of laying their eggs. Our goal was to let the...