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Some species hibernate. Some species stay active. Find out more about Canadian wildlife from Hinterland Who’s Who »
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 18
you can feel good about! In 2007 COSEWIC recommended that the Peregrine Falcon be listed as SpeciesofSpecialConcern. It was listed as a SpeciesAtRisk in 2012, but have since gone back to healthy levels. Visit the factsheet
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 18
Know someone making a difference for wildlife? Nominate them for a Canadian Conservation Achievement Award before January 31st! Check out the categories »
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 18
That's amazing! Submit please submit your nomination(s) here: :)
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 18
Let's Play Outside! There’s no fun like snow fun – but it doesn’t have to be snowing to find things to do outside in the winter. Here are a few idea starters to get you outside and connecting to nature during the winter this weekend »»»
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 17
Wildlife in Winter
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 16
Know someone making a difference for wildlife? Nominate them for a Canadian Conservation Achievement Award before January 31st! Check out the categories >>
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 16
Do you know a conservation hero who deserves to be recognized? Visit us online to submit their nomination »
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 16
Test Your Winter Wildlife Knowledge and WIN! Test your winter wildlife knowledge by taking our Hinterland Who’s Who Quiz and be eligible for our $500 Below Zero Winter Fun Prize Pack >>
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 16
Replying to @CdnChange
Thanks for the shout out and sharing the petition! more info here >>
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Change.org Canada Jan 15
The world’s population is under threat because insecticides like neonics affect bees’ ability to navigate, learn, collect food, and reproduce. The is urging our government to ban the use of neonics and invest in alternatives.
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 16
Replying to @jayingram @CorySilas
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We really appreciate hearing back from our magazine readers. It seems that the word ‘coloured’ was omitted & the caption should read “the first animals to lay coloured eggs were not birds, but dinosaurs.” Our apologies for the error.
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 15
Do you know a conservation hero who deserves to be recognized? Visit us online to submit their nomination »
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 14
Do you know of any Canadian outdoorsperson who is actively commitment to conservation in Canada? Nominate them TODAY for the Stan Hodgkiss Canadian Outdoorsperson of the year Award >>
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 11
Let's end the week with a WOW! We're so excited to (finally) announce CWF's 2018 Reflections of Nature Photo Contest WINNERS and RUNNER UPS: Pick up the Canadian Wildlife magazine today at your nearby Indigo Chapters to see the whole Photo Contest spread!
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 7
449,126 Observations 13,252 Species 777,370 Identifications 2018 was a great year for plants and wildlife observations with iNaturalist! Find out more: Become a citizen scientist. 🔎🍃Join iNaturalist today!
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 4
Reviewing the Risks: The Latest Assessments at the COSEWIC Meeting. COSEWIC found the risk status of three species at risk of disappearing from Canada – the Polar Bear, Black Ash tree and Chinook Salmon. Read more:
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 3
The tundra can be frightful but delightful. How does wildlife survive in this part of Canada? Read more to find out:
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 2
Just because temperatures drop below zero doesn’t mean you have to avoid the great outdoors! Discover a world of winter wildlife activities, wildlife facts, building a birdfeeder, and more to help you enjoy this winter outside! Get Outside with Below Zero
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Canadian Wildlife Federation Jan 2
For the first time in more than a year, a North Atlantic right whale calf has been spotted. There are only an estimated 411 members of the endangered species left, and until now there have been no sightings of calves in 2018. Read more here:
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