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WWF-Canada 3h
One of the biggest threats to healthy oceans is the demand for unsustainable seafood. Better fishing practices can lead to the recovery of our oceans and improve the economic well-being of our coastal communities.
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WWF-Canada 5h
some southern Ontario oak trees are experiencing a fall cankerworm infestation? Management, which includes banding you see here, will help the ecosystem thrive.
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Replying to @PacoandLupe
That's awesome, thank you. You're going to love the plushy that comes with your kit!
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WWF-Canada Oceans Nov 20
Southern residents don't have enough to eat -- so many pressures on Chinook salmon from other predators (sea lions, harbour seals, humans)
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WWF-Canada 24h
It's your last chance to submit an application for a grant! 🌲🐝🐢 You have until Nov. 24:
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WWF-Canada Nov 20
Skip the mall. We have a variety of great gifts for the animal lovers in your life.
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WWF-Canada Nov 20
The Arctic could experience a warming by up to 5 C as early as 2040.
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WWF-Canada Nov 20
Congrats to Jake who rollerbladed 7000 km across Canada and raised over $3,600!
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WWF-Canada Nov 20
Two decades of satellite imagery from highlights impact of climate change in the Arctic and the world's oceans.
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WWF-Canada Nov 19
The sharp decline of passenger pigeons tell us that stable animal populations could still be at risk.
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WWF-Canada Nov 19
provide nourishment for wildlife and communities, which is why we are calling on Canada to do more to protect them.
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WWF-Canada Nov 19
Replying to @danielle_bergie
Excellent choices! ❤️🐼
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WWF-Canada Nov 18
Jake made it to his final destination but you can still support his 7000 km journey!
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WWF-Canada Nov 18
Endangered North Atlantic right whales are spending less time in northern waters.
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WWF-Canada Nov 18
Canada's 10 longest are vulnerable to development. Without the right protections, these rich ecosystems could be severely altered.
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WWF-Canada Nov 17
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WWF-Canada Nov 17
We were out in New Brunswick to check in on and wildlife in the region. WATCH:
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WWF-Canada Nov 17
When you purchase a on today, $10 will go toward our ocean conservation work. Shop & help wildlife thrive:
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WWF-Canada Nov 17
Earlier this week, helped save 6 of 10 sperm whales stranded on a beach, and they'll monitor the pod with the help of a drone. 👏
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Megan Leslie Nov 17
For every S'well bottle purchased *today only* from Well.ca, $10 goes to our important ocean conservation work at . It's win-win-win!
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