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Canadian Wildlife 11h
Bullies in the Wild - These 5 animals are anything but polite. It’s a jungle out there. Animals are constantly in competition, but some animals take it a little too far. Find out which one here:
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Canadian Wildlife 14h
Adopt Me! Your adoption of a moose will help CWF conserve at-risk areas like the boreal forest and others in Canada. Shop now:
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Canadian Wildlife 16h
: Mallard ducks are the best known wild duck in the world. These ducks are incredibly adaptable and can nest near lakes, ponds, rivers, or even woodlands.
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Canadian Wildlife Nov 12
In every walk with nature one receives far more than they seek - John Muir
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Canadian Wildlife Nov 11
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Canadian Wildlife Nov 10
Saturdays are for napping!
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Canadian Wildlife Nov 9
Wildlife Fact: Soon all Snowshoe Hares will go from this nice brown colour to almost completely white to camouflage themselves with their wintery surroundings.
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Canadian Wildlife Nov 8
CWF’s Dr. Sean Brillant elected as Vice President of the newly formed Ropeless Consortium to advance the development and use of crab and lobster traps that do not entangle whales.
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Canadian Wildlife Nov 8
Copy Cat Killers - These five animals might not have studied up on some of the vilest murderers humanity has ever seen, but they do seem to be rather astute copycat killers. Read more:
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Canadian Wildlife Nov 8
: Bald Eagles usually pair up for life and share parenting duties!
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Canadian Wildlife Nov 7
What better way to celebrate the season than by helping Canada’s wildlife and the wild spaces they call home. Shop, donate or subscribe and your gift will make all living creatures smile at
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Canadian Wildlife Nov 7
A Ruthless Wild - Why do some animals kill their own kind? Find out which wildlife species kill or attack their own kind here:
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Canadian Wildlife Nov 7
: Squirrels are typically solitary animals in the warmer months but will group together and depend on each other in colder and more difficult months to stay warm. wisdom
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Canadian Wildlife Nov 6
The Raven: Meet one of Canada's most intelligent birds
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Canadian Wildlife Nov 6
- Causing a stink A skunk sprayed my dog in my own backyard. How can I keep skunks away from my yard? Find out the answer:
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Canadian Wildlife Nov 6
: The Gray Jay, known as " Canada jay" is found year-round in every province and territory. Theses tough little birds nest as early as February and have been recorded incubating eggs at temperatures as cold as -30 C.
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Canadian Wildlife Nov 5
Wildlife Fact: To discourage predators, the Burrowing Owl can make noise like a rattling hiss of a rattlesnake's tail.
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Canadian Wildlife Nov 5
Loveable, huggable animal plush toys. They’re a gift every animal lover can enjoy. When you purchase any of the species in our Adopt-an-Animal program, you’re helping support research & programs designed to help our species at risk. Shop now:
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Canadian Wildlife Oct 31
The annual Reflections of Nature photo contest closes tonight at midnight! 📸 Don't forget to submit your best photos before the clock chimes twelve. ⏰We can't wait to see your ! 🦊🍂🦆🐛
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Canadian Wildlife Oct 31
Some chuckles for your spooky Halloween!
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