Embrace the beauty of wildlife with a variety of posters and handouts from the Canadian Wildlife Federation.
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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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Certify Your Garden HandoutWhether you are limited to a small patio or have hectares of land, CWF would like to acknoledge your efforts in welcoming wildlife to your garden.
Discover Your Watershed PostersWatersheds … your link to Canada’s oceans … explore the connection!
Gardening for Butterflies HandoutNearly 300 species of butterflies inhabit Canada, some cloaked in brilliant colours, others less noticeable. The presence of these graceful creatures in our gardens is a blessing of vibrancy and beauty.
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
Natural Insect Control HandoutA garden is more than just plants. It may be tempting to reach for chemical pesticides. But while these products can be an effective short-term answer, they don't contribute to the long-term health of your garden.
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Pollinator HandoutThe work of pollinators benefits all of us every day. Learn more about these busy creatures.
Pollinators PosterThis illustration shows native pollinators from all over Canada interacting with their environment and foraging among cultivated and native plants at various times of the year.
Hang a little wilderness on your wall with one of our posters.This content is available to our CWF Supporters and online members. Please sign in to order your free materials.
Shorelines… a Festival of LifeLet’s celebrate the species that are important to our shores, and in turn important to our native Canadian land. Our beautifully illustrated poster depicts a Canadian shoreline scene hosting many different species that can be found at the waters edge.
Shorelines…a festival of lifeWith over 50 pages of information on 92 species you can find along Canadian shorelines you’ll want to check out our colour illustrated Shorelines Habitat Guide today!
Wild About BatsWild About Bats is a unique gem in the Wild About … poster series. Great illustrations and range maps will acquaint you with Canada’s 19 native bats, where they live and what they eat. Spend some time with nature’s night patrol.
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Wild About BeesGet to know Canada’s 16 bee families, including the masons, the nomads and the plasterers, and why they have such interesting names. You’ll also discover answers to mysteries like why our bees aren’t as aggressive as more social species like honeybees.
Wild About BirdsOrder your Wild About Birds and Wild About Birds II poster today for more information on each of the species and how to help!
Wild About ButterfliesOrder your Wild About… Butterflies package and discover the beautiful transformation that this species has to offer!
Wild About FlowersOrder your Wild About Flowers poster today for more information on the benefits provided but our native flowers!
Wild About Small MammalsLearn more about 22 of Canada’s small mammals and the habitat they call home with this exciting edition to the “Wild About…” poster series.
Wild About SnakesBefore you fear them, take a closer look at Canada’s snakes and learn how these often shy creatures are doing their part to help us out. Check out our entire Wild About… Poster series.
Wild About TurtlesLearn more about Canada's turtles and the habitat they call home with this exciting edition to the “Wild About…” poster series.
Wild About WhalesThere are about 33 whale species which visit Canadian waters, but 17 are more common, either as permanent residents or as regular visitors during the summer. With the help of this poster, you’ll get to know them better! Dive in to discover Canada’s whales!
Wild About… PostersTake a look at our unique series of field-guide style posters in the Wild About … poster series. Check out all of our favourite feature animals and flowers!