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WWF-Canada 2h
Watch this tagged minke whale move at 24 km per hour to feed on krill.
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WWF-Canada 4h
Best dudes. We're so grateful to have their support.
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Shoreline Cleanup 5h
Tomorrow we announce last year's top litter items found during shoreline cleanups, our annual "dirty dozen". Which item below do you think topped the list?
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WWF-Canada 5h
in just 30 years, the world lost about 50% of its coral reefs?
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WWF-Canada Feb 20
Wildlife on Vancouver Island just got a boost thanks to the , supported by .
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WWF-Canada Feb 20
Our wouldn't be possible without passionate community members. Here's a look at how YOU can get involved. 👟🌲
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WWF-Canada Feb 20
Salmon are returning to the west coast of Vancouver Island with a little help from our friends & .
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Park People Jan 16
New grants to support park events in Montreal, Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa and Vancouver. Apply for TD Park People Grants.
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WWF-Canada Feb 20
The hope is that if we can repair habitats, it will keep wildlife out of backyards. Black bears love to explore though, don't they?
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The Coca-Cola Co. CA Feb 20
is committed to replenishing and conserving Canada's freshwater. Our partnership with supports work being done by the to restore watersheds in Clayoquot Sound:
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WWF-Canada Feb 20
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Shoreline Cleanup Feb 18
Last year, volunteers cleaned enough shoreline to circle nearly 3 times! Every cleanup, big or small, contributed to this inspiring collective impact. Stayed tuned as we roll out more cleanup data throughout the week!
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Laura Andrews Feb 19
Super interesting would love to visit Nunavut to learn more😊
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WWF-Canada Feb 18
Replying to @Janerette
That's a great question! We have no plans at this time, but that could change. Stay tuned.
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Ecojustice Feb 18
Southern Resident killer whales are a genetically and culturally distinct from other orcas. We need to act now to save them from disappearing.
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WWF-Canada Feb 18
Read the story behind this image, which is vying for top prize in the contest:
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WWF-Canada Feb 17
Your skincare routine has nothing on the bowhead whale.
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Megan Leslie Feb 17
No tower? No problem! Get active outside to train for the & enjoy at the same time! Enjoying ’s in .
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WWF-Canada Feb 17
Southern resident killer whales are critically endangered. Here's what we're doing to save them:
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WWF_Australia Feb 16
In a world first, scientists have attached a camera to a , one of the most mysterious species of . This , see the world a little differently; look at life through the eyes of a minke . 🐳🐳
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