"Flowers of Our Garden" Colour Screen SaverFor those who are missing the colours of the growing seasons, download CWF’s new free screensaver here and enjoy bright blooms from their wildlife-friendly garden, featuring some of Canada’s native trees, shrubs and perennials.
"Water" We Doing?Have you ever noticed the gratings in streets and roadways? These are storm drains or catch basins. They collect rain and melted snow that drain off roads, parking lots, and driveways.
10 Reminders for the Wild and Free (tentree, CWF & Live Unbound)*A Ten Tree Apparel and Canadian Wildlife Federation video. Learn more at Tentree.com and ConnectWithWildlife.ca*
2009 Conservation Achievement Awards
The Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is proud to announce the recipients of the 2009 Conservation Achievement Awards. Winners have been selected by the CWF Board and will be awarded at the Annual General Meeting in Whitehorse, Yukon this weekend.
2009 Reflections of Nature Photo Contest Winner/grand gagnant de 2009 de notre concours de photographieYour desktop is the perfect habitat for this wild wallpaper! This month we're featuring our grand prize 2009 Reflections of Nature Photo Contest winner from Orangeville, Ontario.
2012 Conservation Achievement Awards
The Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is proud to announce the recipients of the 2012 Conservation Achievement Awards. Winners have been selected by the Canadian Wildlife Federation and will be awarded at the Annual General Meeting in St. Johns, Newfoundland, on Saturday June 9, 2012.
3RD ANNUAL OCEANS FILM FESTIVAL
This festival will provide Halifax with an exciting range of different ocean themed films
A Backyard Frog Guide for New BrunswickBlossoming frog enthusiasts in New Brunswick will soon have a new tool to help them identify the province’s nine frog and toad species. Aided by a $2,700 grant from the Canadian Wildlife Federation, Nature NB is producing a poster and field guide to introduce beginners of all ages to their amphibious neighbours.
A Bad Deal for the American Eel
CWF is tagging eels to help conserve their Ottawa River population
By Claire Preston
CWF knows the importance of water, both fresh and marine. In fact, water supports fish and wildlife populations; provides important ecological functions; is used in agriculture, industry and recreation; is a source of drinking water for people and is an attraction for both Canadians and tourists. More »
Climate change is already having an impact on wildlife. Species worldwide are shifting their ranges, migrating sooner and bearing young earlier than in the past. More »
Education, resources, programs, school More »
Our Endangered Species Program will help to conserve threatened and at-risk wildlife across Canada. More »
Join us as we follow these expeditions, meant to bring awareness to wild issues. More »
Find out about Canada's species. You’re sure to learn something new! More »
Wildlife for kids! Get colouring pages, games, homework help and more! More »
Discover the benefits of wildlife-friendly gardening, learn about Canadian plants and animals and find out how you can attract local and migratory wildlife to your outdoor haven. More »
Wildlife-friendly gardening and land stewardship, reflects that we’re a part of, not separate from, nature. It is about embracing wildlife that would naturally live in our outdoor space and gently repelling them where necessary. More »
Join the CWF Photo Club community for your chance to connect with amateur photographers and wildlife enthusiasts from across Canada.More »