With topics relating to conservation, wildlife and habitat, we provide a relevant online learning platform, typically for grades four to six, but of benefit to any age. WILD Webinars are informative, engaging and just the right length at 20 to 30 minutes. Our Hinterland Who’s Who iconic species series is just one example of the quality content we have to share.
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.
Leatherback Sea Turtle Live Q&A SessionCelebrate Earth Day with CWF on Friday, April 22nd at 1pm EST with a 30 minute live Q&A session about Leatherback Sea Turtles. Your class will be able to ask the Canadian Wildlife Federation’s Marine Manager, Sean Brillant and Kathleen Martin, from the Canadian Sea Turtle Network, anything they’ve ever wanted to know about endangered Leatherback Sea Turtles!
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.
Following Leatherback Sea Turtles as they Migrate to their Southern Nesting GroundsCWF Marine Manager, Sean Brillant and Kathleen Martin, Executive Director from the Canadian Sea Turtle Network talk all about leatherback turtles and everything you wanted to know including habitat, diet, nesting and migration. CWF and Canadian Sea Turtle Network have teamed up to tag and track turtles as part of the Great Canadian Turtle Race on their southern migration to their nesting sites throughout the Caribbean.
Polar BearJoin CWF and HWW for a webinar about the Polar Bear! If you miss any of our live sessions, you can watch them anytime online.
WolverineJoin CWF and HWW on the Wolverine! 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.
Nov. 18, 2015, 1pm EST
Great Canadian Turtle RaceOn November 18, 2015, your classroom can join in to watch a livestreaming videoconference about leatherback sea turtles and the Great Canadian Turtle Race. Listen to discussions between our experts - CWF’s marine programs manager, Sean Brillant, and the Canadian Sea Turtle Network’s Executive Director, Kathleen Martin - and a selection of students from across the country and beyond. Find out how migrating leatherbacks live, where they go when they migrate, how they are affected by human activity, and gain a better understanding of our oceans and marine wildlife.
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.
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.
Hummingbirds, Part 2This webinar will be presented by Mr. Eric Pittman of Victoria BC around the Rufus Hummingbirds migration patterns/habits and their unique activity of “Dual Nesting”.
Elementary students Grades 3-8.
1pm Eastern Time