Education & Leadership
February 20, 2020, UCalgary – Nicholas Butt’s embedded research offers improvements to wildlife federation’s adventurous outdoor program
February 4, 2020, The National Post – The Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) has carved out a reputation as a national leader in conservation education initiatives designed to inspire the next generation of wildlife and nature stewards.
January 16, 2020 – The Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is pleased to announce the unprecedented expansion of two unique service programs designed to develop and inspire conservation leadership in Canadian youth ages 15 to 30. The two programs – WILD...
January 14, 2020, Global News – Tirian Eynon of the Canadian Wildlife Federation joins Global News Morning Calgary to discuss the 2020 launch of expanded youth programs for wildlife conservation.
August 29, 2019 – “CWF’s Ottawa team collected and incubated over 600 Blanding’s, Northern Map and Snapping turtle eggs in the Ottawa area this year,” said Rick Bates, CEO. “The release of these hatchings back to the areas where they were found is part of...
August 26, 2019, Global News – Christina McGough from the Canadian Wildlife Federation joins Global News Morning Calgary to discuss the organization’s call for a national strategy to help pollinators thrive.
August 12, 2019, CWF Blog – Did you know that some butterflies also get their nutrients from damp sand, compost and manure (behaviours called “mud puddling”), as well as from tree sap and moist organic matter like rotting fruit, dung and carrion?
August 1, 2019, CWF Blog – Pollinators, such as bees, butterflies, moths and flies, play critical roles in ecosystems and in the production of our food.
August 1, 2019 – The Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is calling for the creation of a national pollinator recovery strategy featuring pollinator pathways and a comprehensive pollinator monitoring program.
July 31, 2019, CWF Blog – Campaign seeks to remove the Hanlon Creek weir which is affecting water quality for brook trout in the creek