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Peter Ewins

Posts count: 42

Belugas, whales that sing and exfoliate

One of the most recognizable whales, belugas are recognized the world over. But how much do you really know about these charismatic creatures? Spruce up your knowledge with these fun facts. Read More
One of the most recognizable whales, belugas are recognized the world over. But how much do you really...
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A good day for people and polar bears in Arviat

For several years, the 3,000 people of Arviat have been concerned about the increasing number of polar bears lingering in or near the community, putting families and property at risk. Some good news -... Read More
For several years, the 3,000 people of Arviat have been concerned about the increasing number of polar bears lingering...
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Killer whales trapped in Hudson Bay’s sea-ice

Around January 6th, hunters from the Inuit community of Inukjuak (in Northwestern Quebec, along the eastern coastline of Hudson Bay) encountered about a dozen killer whales (orcas) gathered around a small breathing... Read More
Around January 6th, hunters from the Inuit community of Inukjuak (in Northwestern Quebec, along the eastern coastline of...
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Podcast: WWF’s Arctic species expert on co-management in the north

In late October 2012, WWF-Canada Arctic species specialist Pete Ewins joined leaders and staff members from northern co-management and other key organizations, at the North Slope conference in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. Read More
In late October 2012, WWF-Canada Arctic species specialist Pete Ewins joined leaders and staff members from northern co-management and...
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Canadian Polar Bear populations

Some recent reports on survey results suggest that the polar bear subpopulation in Western Hudson Bay is healthier than previously believed. For many, this has created some confusion: are polar bears out of... Read More
Some recent reports on survey results suggest that the polar bear subpopulation in Western Hudson Bay is healthier than...
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Giant Panda on two wheels

Our panda took part in Toronto’s symbolic ‘Coldest Day of the Year Ride’ cycling event this morning. Read More
Our panda took part in Toronto’s symbolic ‘Coldest Day of the Year Ride’ cycling event this morning.
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