From easy-to-use apps designed as tools for your citizen science projects to picturesque wallpaper images for your computer, CanadianWildlifeFederation.ca offers a variety of useful downloads for your PC and mobile devices.
Bike for Wildlife WebinarCWF Athlete Ambassador Angella Goran biked over 7,500km across Canada raising awareness for wildlife conservation. Departing in Victoria, BC on August 14th, Angella just concluded this incredible journey October 30th in Halifax, NS. Along her trek, Angella visited schools and shared stories of the ride where she highlighted the importance of getting outside and connecting with nature. CWF and Angella invite classrooms across Canada to join her in a live webinar where students can learn about the Bike for Wildlife and have the opportunity to interact with Angella. During the webinar, Angella will be speaking about the following: • Bike for Wildlife and her experience • How the Bike for Wildlife supports wildlife conservation in Canada • The importance of being outside • The importance of connecting with nature • Q&A Suggested audience: Grades 3 through 8
BiodiversityDownload this biodiversity wallpaper.
Canada's Turtles WebinarA leatherback turtle presentation by Dr. Sean Brilliant, Manager of Marine Programs for CWF, and Dr. Mike James, a marine turtle scientist with Fisheries and Oceans Canada. This webinar will focus on the lifecycle and ecology of Canadian leatherback turtles and the CWF Great Canadian Turtle Race.
Following Leatherback Sea Turtles as they Migrate to their Southern Nesting GroundsA leatherback turtle presentation by Dr. Sean Brilliant, Manager of Marine Programs for CWF, and Kathleen James, Canadian Sea Turtle Network.
Haunted HouseFor Halloween, we’re featuring this illustration of a haunted house!
Hinterland Who's Who Fact SheetsCheck out the facts for amphibians and reptiles, birds, fish, mollusks, insects, pollinators and mammals! We’ve even got information specific to species at risk, the boreal forest species, and species affected by climate change! So why not learn a little bit more about these Canadian creatures
How do we use the ocean?Dr. Sean Brillant continues his webinar series, talking to classes about how we use the ocean, and relating that information to the Africa to America's row, crossing the Atlantic ocean right now!
Leatherback Sea Turtleleatherback sea turtle colouring page
Live with the Africa to Americas Expedition Rowers WebinarIn this CWF Education webinar, the rowers discuss their incredible adventure, what they learned, their amazing rescue, and what's next.
Microbial community changes across the Mississippi RiverDr. Cameron Thrash returns to the OAR Northwest Education webinar this season to discuss microbial community composition changes across river tributaries, and its effects on the Mississippi River and greater communities. Early findings are derived from wet samples taken by last year’s expedition crew during Adventure: Mississippi River 2014.
OAR Northwest: What are the rowers seeing out there?In the first webinar, Dr. Sean Brilliant, CWF Marine Program Manager, talks to students about what habitats and wildlife the rowers may encounter during the CWF Africa to America's Expedition.
Ocean Habitats and Wildlife WebinarDr. Sean Brillant continues his webinar series, talking to classes about Ocean Habitats and Wildlife as they relate to the Africa to America's row, crossing the Atlantic ocean right now!
We're Halfway There!Our third Adventure Mississippi webinar finds the OAR Northwest team in St. Louis, Missouri after six weeks on the Mississippi River. The Adobe Connect webinar, hosted by CWF Education Manager Randy McLeod, is a great opportunity for students and teachers to connect with the crew and learn more about the canoeing and rowing expedition. Download related lesson plans here.
What does the Mississippi look like?What does the Mississippi look like? Exploring the river from top to bottom. Author and Adventurer, Jordan Hanssen, will take students on a journey beyond the part of the Mississippi most familiar with students, showing them the diversity of its 2,350 miles. From a trickle at its headwaters to its mighty mouth bringing in the story of the river and how it appears in almost everything they will study in the classroom and labs.