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(Web Page; Wed Jan 23 12:54:00 CST 2019)
Description: Canada’s pollinators are mostly insects, with some pollination thanks to hummingbirds. Together these important animals provide us with so much of the food we need and love like tomatoes, carrots, blueberries and chocolate
(Web Page; Thu Dec 06 23:47:00 CST 2012)
What you can do to help pollinators
(Web Page; Thu Jul 11 08:46:00 CDT 2019)
Description: Habitat loss, pesticide use, and pollution are endangering bees and butterflies across Canada. The decline of these busy pollinators puts some major food crops and flowers in danger too.
4. Bee bungalow
(Web Page; Wed Oct 10 13:07:00 CDT 2018)
Description: Believe it or not, Canada has about 2,000 species of bees! There are not only honey and bumble-bees but also leafcutter, carpenter, sweat, mason, orchard, and digger bees to name a few. All are important pollinators.
(Web Page; Tue Oct 29 10:31:00 CDT 2013)
Description: Some thoughtful gardening and a little planning is all it takes to help our native bees. Follow these tips to provide habitat for a diversity of bee species:
(Web Page; Fri Feb 22 08:30:00 CST 2019)
Description: Want to make your garden work overtime? Put some beneficial critters to work while you snooze the night away. Bats, toads and night-flying moths are incredible allies to have on your side if you want your backyard to look its very best.
(Web Page; Wed Jul 11 13:33:00 CDT 2018)
Description: Before you trek your five year old through the woods to set up camp, you might want to do a practice run in your backyard.
(Web Page; Wed May 13 14:33:00 CDT 2020)
Description: Bats are small mammals with a mighty environmental and economic impact. Help Canada’s endangered bat species this summer by inviting them to your yard.
(Web Page; Wed Jun 12 12:27:00 CDT 2019)
Description: Planting a garden designed for aesthetic appeal is a great way to enhance and beautify your natural surroundings. Planting with purpose and making that same garden a welcoming habitat for birds and other wildlife is an even better idea. Thankfully, with help from the Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF), you won’t have to “wing it” when it comes to designing and planting a garden with birds in mind.
(Web Page; Thu Dec 06 23:44:00 CST 2012)
With Halloween just around the corner and fall already at the door, it’s the perfect time to head out to the local pumpkin patch to nab the biggest Halloween pumpkin you can find. Some local farms will also offer hayrides, petting zoos, corn mazes and more so you can make a whole day of it! After you carve ‘er up, creating the spookiest Jack o’ Lantern on the street, why not create a snack the whole family can enjoy?