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(Web Page; Wed Jun 13 09:11:00 CDT 2018)
Description: Have you ever seen a turtle digging on the side of the road and wondered what they were doing? That was likely a female turtle nesting.
(Web Page; Thu May 23 15:30:00 CDT 2019)
Description: All eight of Canada’s freshwater turtles are listed as Species at Risk. Turtles have survived and thrived on earth for more than 200 million years - until now. Today, all eight of Canada’s freshwater turtles are listed as Species at Risk, and are one of the most endangered groups of animals in the country.
(Web Page; Tue Nov 13 10:38:00 CST 2018)
Description: In June of this year, CWF’s turtle team spent many long evenings searching for turtles laying eggs. In particular we were looking for Snapping Turtles and Blanding’s Turtles in the process of laying their eggs. Our goal was to let the females lay their eggs and afterwards we would dig up and collect the eggs to incubate them back at CWF headquarters.
(Web Page; Thu Jun 09 14:53:00 CDT 2016)
Description: Eight Ways You Can Help Turtles this Summer
(Web Page; Tue Jun 10 08:58:00 CDT 2014)
Description: PSA PROFILES ALL CANADIAN FRESWATER TURTLES
(Web Page; Wed Aug 15 08:51:00 CDT 2018)
Description: Our little turtles are hatching quickly. Once all the eggs from a nest are hatched, the young will be released together in the area they were laid — only this time they will be a safe distance from the road!
(Web Page; Tue Jul 23 15:41:00 CDT 2019)
Description: Canadian Wildlife Federation Freshwater Turtle Specialist Dave Seburn spoke with CBC Ottawa Morning June 26, 2019 regarding the need to help Canada's at-risk freshwater turtles.
(Web Page; Tue Jul 19 12:41:00 CDT 2016)
Description: The Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) and Saving Turtles at Risk Today (START) Muskoka are calling on Canadians to help protect and track endangered turtles. A community event is being planned to celebrate, showcase and support conservation efforts in the Muskokas.
(Web Page; Tue Oct 09 15:09:00 CDT 2018)
Description: The Canadian Wildlife Federation is in its second year of identifying places of high turtle road mortality, or “hotspots.” By surveying roads and finding these areas, we are able to inform municipalities on where it is important to put up mitigation measures to prevent further turtle deaths on the road.
(Web Page; Fri Jul 12 15:41:00 CDT 2019)
Description: Canadian Wildlife Federation team rescues eggs from danger, animal and human