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Peter Ewins

Posts count: 42

Restoring nature — one garden at a time

Your garden is blooming with wildlife-supporting potential. Native plants can provide food or habitat for hundreds of species, from insects, to birds and mammals, while non-native plants may support only a few. With gardeners... Read More
Your garden is blooming with wildlife-supporting potential. Native plants can provide food or habitat for hundreds of species, from...
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Spooky species update

This Halloween, brush up on your bat facts and find out the scariest thing about these species – their drastic population declines. Read More
This Halloween, brush up on your bat facts and find out the scariest thing about these species – their...
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Bowheads and breaking ice

Arctic whale specialist Pete Ewins gives us an update on the bowhead whales being tracked by Nunavut Wildlife Management Board and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. Read More
Arctic whale specialist Pete Ewins gives us an update on the bowhead whales being tracked by Nunavut Wildlife Management...
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Apex predators in the Arctic Ocean: can there only be one?

For thousands of years, polar bears have reigned as the top predator in the Arctic marine regions. But as the Arctic summer periods of sea- ice-free conditions are getting steadily longer, a... Read More
For thousands of years, polar bears have reigned as the top predator in the Arctic marine regions. ...
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For the love of whales: avoiding conflict in the Arctic

To many, the Arctic is a new frontier of economic opportunity. But while these opportunities may bring critical new job and resources to the local peoples, they also bring new risks to the... Read More
To many, the Arctic is a new frontier of economic opportunity. But while these opportunities may bring critical...
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Canada’s Wildlife Check-in: Is our government on the right path?

Tomorrow, the federal Auditor General ‘s office will release its Fall Report, a study led by the Interim Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development. This regular review aims to make sure that... Read More
Tomorrow, the federal Auditor General ‘s office will release its Fall Report, a study led by the Interim Commissioner...
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Arctic killer whale movements update

For the past eight weeks, WWF-Canada has been tracking a killer whale pod as they head south from the Canadian Arctic. Read More
For the past eight weeks, WWF-Canada has been tracking a killer whale pod as they head south from the...
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Killer Whale Tracker: They’re really on the move now!!

As fall descends on the Arctic, WWF-Canada continues to track a killer whale pod as they head south for the winter. They've picked up speed and are showing no signs of slowing down! Read More
As fall descends on the Arctic, WWF-Canada continues to track a killer whale pod as they head south for...
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Killer whales or ‘snow birds’?

As fall descends on the Arctic, WWF-Canada continues to track a killer whale pod as they head south for the winter. Read More
As fall descends on the Arctic, WWF-Canada continues to track a killer whale pod as they head south for...
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