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(Web Page; Tue Apr 30 15:46:00 CDT 2019)
Description: Check out the facts for amphibians and reptiles, birds, fish, mollusks, insects, pollinators and mammals! We’ve even got information specific to species at risk, the boreal forest species, and species affected by climate change! So why not learn a little bit more about these Canadian creatures
14. CWF Wallpapers
(Web Page; Wed Feb 20 10:52:00 CST 2019)
Your desktop is the perfect habitat for this wild wallpaper. Download CWF wallpapers!
(Web Page; Wed Feb 26 12:27:00 CST 2020)
Description: The Meadoway is transforming a hydro corridor in Scarborough, ON into a vibrant sixteen-kilometre stretch of urban greenspace and meadowlands that will become one of Canada’s largest linear urban parks. Cyclists and pedestrians will soon be able to travel from the heart of downtown Toronto to Rouge National Urban Park without ever leaving nature. Over the next seven years, this site will become a place filled with butterflies, birds and wildflowers – a rich meadow landscape realized on a scale never before seen in Toronto. This webinar will help to showcase and walk you through the overall planning, permits/policies, education/outreach, communication and meadow restoration needed to create a project similar to The Meadoway.
(Web Page; Thu May 07 15:22:00 CDT 2020)
Description: Join us April 8 at noon EST for lots of simple but powerful ideas to make your garden more wildlife-friendly and discover why it is so important, now more than ever! Whether you’re keen to attract more birds and butterflies, want tips for choosing beneficial plants or if you’re planning to apply for CWF’s Garden Habitat Certification but needed a little more help, this webinar is for you. Spend an hour with us to discover the basic principles of wildlife-friendly gardening and get practical tips to make it a reality in your own outdoor space. It is interactive so you are welcome to ask questions both during the webinar and at the end. Leading conservationists believe gardeners are a key factor in giving our declining wildlife a chance to thrive once again. Join us as we discover how to make our gardens both beautiful and beneficial! Those that participate will get access to our new 20 page colour “Wildlife-friendly Gardening Guide” after completing a very short survey!