Booklets and Handouts
Take a closer look at the ways in which we’ll help you access the facts about wildlife. Whether it’s discovering the Hinterland Who’s Who animal fact sheets, or ordering our handy field guide to Canada’s prevalent shoreline species.
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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.
Coasts & Oceans
Marine Protected Areas — Who Owns the Ocean?Dr. Sean Brillant of CWF talks about Marine Protected Areas - Who Owns the Ocean?
Kejimkujik National Park, Nova ScotiaDownload this wallpaper.
ShovelerDownload this wallpaper.
Rocky ShoreDownload this rocky shore wallpaper.
OAR Northwest: Wind, Waves and WildlifeIn this webinar, Dr. Sean Brillant and Adam Kreek talk about wind, waves and wildlife with some attention on the waves that caused the OAR Northwest boat to capsize.
Connecting With Nature
Chipmunk at PondDownload this wallpaper.
Misty PaddleDownload this Misty Paddle wallpaper.
Dock on the LakeDownload this wallpaper.
Wild About Bats handoutWild About Bats handout
Falling LeavesDownload this wallpaper of falling leaves.
Education & Leadership
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
Endangered Species & Biodiversity
Monarch WebinarTalking about monarch butterflies and how to help this species at-risk.
MonarchDownload this wallpaper.
DoveDownload this wallpaper of a dove.
Polar Bear on IceDownload this wallpaper of a polar bear.
Forests & Fields
Nova Scotia CoastNova Scotia Coast
MonarchJoin CWF and HWW on the monarch! The Canadian Wildlife Federation is pleased to present engaging and informative webinars that relate to conservation, wildlife and habitat. The webinars will last about 15-25 minutes, perfect for learners in grades 4-6 but relevant for any age group. If you miss one of the live sessions, you can watch them anytime online.
Bat Exclusion CalendarIf you must exclude bats from your property, take a look at this calendar which outlines the most and least desirable times to do so.
The Value of TreesThe presentation will be around the value of trees to the environment, how to plant trees, value of trees to wildlife and their habitat. Also introduced will be their contributions to environments and employment around the world.