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WWF-Canada 40m
Replying to @MindySwin
This mud can smother coral, which can be quite devastating to young fish.
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Replying to @JustinTrudeau
Oil and gas exploration comes with environmental risks. This is why we are asking to keep these activities out of marine protected areas. Take action:
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136,000 litres of drilling mud spilled near the Gully Marine Protected Area, which is home to over 30 species of coral and the endangered Northern bottlenose whale.
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WIN in Windsor 11h
WWF ‘Kids’ Run for Nature’ makes strides for wildlife in Windsor Runners of the run became advocates for endangered wildlife this past Saturday at Malden Park. This page is proud to have helped organize this event.
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WWF-Canada Jun 24
Unlikely allies: The Canadian Army joins forces with scientists to help save the Endangered burrowing owl.
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WWF-Canada Jun 24
Replying to @_Sky11x
Awesome turnout! ❤️🐼
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in Windsor was a success!! Thank you for the opportunity to share my passion for wildlife to my community. I've already received interest for an event next year by the participants and volunteers. What an accomplishment 🙏🏼
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WWF-Canada Jun 22
Fish and other marine species mistake floating debris for food. Help reduce the threat. Join this summer.
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WWF-Canada Jun 23
From allergies to wildfires, here are 10 examples of climate change in action.
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WWF-Canada Jun 22
Fish and other marine species mistake floating debris for food. Help reduce the threat. Join this summer.
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WWF-Canada Jun 22
It’s encouraging to see enforcement of fishing closures and boating restrictions, plus ship-noise reduction trials for southern resident killer whales. With only 75 left alive, more will be needed to reduce threats from food shortages and contaminants.
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Shoreline Cleanup Jun 22
! Do a cleanup and will love you, especially pandas ( )
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WWF-Canada Jun 22
Replying to @WWFCanada
The western population of barn owl has been up-listed from Special Concern to Threatened. This is primarily due to loss of foraging habitat, a loss of nesting sites, and vehicle collisions.
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WWF-Canada Jun 22
Replying to @WWFCanada
Two B.C. populations of the American badger are now considered Endangered. They're increasingly at risk from habitat loss and particularly vulnerable to being struck and killed by vehicles.
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WWF-Canada Jun 22
Replying to @WWFCanada
For the first time ever, the western population of grizzly bear has been added to SARA. These bears are listed as Special Concern, which means they're at risk of becoming Threatened or Endangered.
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WWF-Canada Jun 22
Replying to @WWFCanada
The wolverine is now listed as a Special Concern across Canada. This species is sensitive to changes in its habitat due to .
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WWF-Canada Jun 22
12 Canadian species have been added to the Species at Risk Act, which means the government has 2-3 years to create a strategy to aid in their recovery.
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Alanna McRae Jun 21
Had a blast doing a Shoreline Cleanup with my / get outside / get educated / give back to the environment / get engaged
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WWF-Canada Jun 21
Today we are celebrating the gentle giant that is the giraffe! they can gallop up to 60 km/h when they sense danger? 🦒
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WWF-Canada Jun 21
Happy first day of summer! ☀️🌿😎 What parts of Canada are you planning to explore over the next few months?
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