Join the Canadian Wildlife Federation as we share tips and tricks to support your local and migratory birds. Adding certain habitat features to your garden can also enhance the visual appeal of your outdoor space. As a result, we get to enjoy the beauty and antics of our winged neighbours as well as benefit from their important pest control services and, in the case of hummingbirds, some pollination help as well.
CWF Athlete Ambassador Angella Goran biked over 7,500km across Canada raising awareness for wildlife conservation. Departing in Victoria, BC on August 14th, Angella just concluded this incredible journey October 30th in Halifax, NS. Along her trek, Angella visited schools and shared stories of the ride where she highlighted the importance of getting outside and connecting with nature. CWF and Angella invite classrooms across Canada to join her in a live webinar where students can learn about the Bike for Wildlife and have the opportunity to interact with Angella.
During the webinar, Angella will be speaking about the following:
• Bike for Wildlife and her experience
• How the Bike for Wildlife supports wildlife conservation in Canada
• The importance of being outside
• The importance of connecting with nature
Suggested audience: Grades 3 through 8
Looking for new ways to get outside with your family this summer? Birdwatching offers a great opportunity for you and your kids to connect with nature close to home.
The best part? Birds can be found everywhere! Whether you live in a downtown high-rise or in the country, you’ve likely seen or heard one of our feathered friends close by.
Join Birds Canada and the Canadian Wildlife Federation for a family-friendly introduction to the world of birds and gain practical tips and resources to help you get started with birding.
All that you need is a keen eye, a few basic resources, and your curiosity!
Both adults and children are welcome to attend!