Booklets, Handouts & Posters
Take a closer look at the ways in which we’ll help you access the facts about wildlife. Whether it’s discovering the Hinterland Who’s Who animal fact sheets, or ordering our handy field guide to Canada’s prevalent shoreline species.
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From easy-to-use apps designed as tools for your citizen science projects to picturesque wallpaper images for your computer, CanadianWildlifeFederation.ca offers a variety of useful downloads for your PC and mobile devices.
Growing wildflowers instead of grass beneficial for pollinators: biologistCarolyn Callaghan, a biologist with the Canadian Wildlife Federation, says many people love the look of a freshly mown lawn, but letting wildflowers grow instead is much better for the environment.
Marine Animal Response & Necropsy Webinar and Q&AEvery year, more than 1,000 marine animal incidents are reported in Canada. Sean and Tonya will discuss the importance of responding to marine animal emergencies, and the essential conservation role you and other Canadians can play by reporting incidents. Sadly, some of these incidents have tragic endings. When a marine animal dies, a necropsy (or autopsy) can help us better understand and conserve marine wildlife. Tonya will share her experience participating in North Atlantic Right Whale necropsies, and we’ll discuss ways we can work together to conserve this important and critically endangered species.
Great Canadian Pollinator Pathway will bloom in Lanark County thanks to a $607,400 Ontario Trillium Foundation Grow GrantPartnership between Canadian Wildlife Federation, Hydro One, and Lanark County to protect pollinator habitat
North Atlantic right whales nearing extinction, international nature body saysNorth Atlantic right whales are now considered one step away from complete eradication. The International Union for Conservation of Nature is moving the whales from "endangered" to "critically endangered" on its red list of global species facing threats to their survival.
National Conservation Award Recipients AnnouncedThe Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is pleased to announce the recipients of the Canadian Conservation Achievement Awards.
“In these challenging times, we are incredibly grateful to all the nominees for inspiring conservation of wildlife and habitat for the use and enjoyment of all,” said Rick Bates, CEO. “Nature is the true recipient thanks to these everyday Canadians who have pitched in to help wildlife from coast to coast.”
This year’s awards celebrate the achievements of a Newfoundland scuba diver dedicated to creating clean harbours, a New Brunswick politician promoting sustainability, a Quebec science educator known as Captain Catalyst, an Ontario teenager planting seeds of hope for pollinators as well a retired park specialist who is now writing books about ecology. There is also a special tribute to a B.C. conservation icon who passed-away in 2019 after 30 years in public service and extensive volunteer leadership.