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.
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BEST PRACTICES TO HELP CONSERVE THE AMERICAN EELYou’ve Got an Eel on Your Reel – NOW WHAT?!
Blanding's Turtle BabyDownload this wallpaper.
Blanding's Turtle SunningDownload this wallpaper.
BoatsDownload this wallpaper of boats
Canada GooseDownload this wallpaper of a Canada Goose in fall.
Dock on the LakeDownload this wallpaper.
Duckling on Lily PadsDownload this wallpaper.
DucksDownload this wallpaper of Ducks.
Fishing Hooks Can Hurt or Kill TurtlesOntario’s turtles are in decline and need all the help they can get!
Grizzlies FishingDownload this wallpaper.
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Grizzly at CreekDownload this wallpaper.
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.
Misty PaddleDownload this Misty Paddle wallpaper.
Painted Turtle on LogDownload this wallpaper.
The YukonDownload this wallpaper of the Yukon.
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.