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Emily Vandermeer

Posts count: 20

Lifeguard sitting with whistle

Stop playing ‘dirty pool’ in our marine protected areas

Unlike the kids in our Dirty Pool swimming “experiment,” at-risk species don’t have any choice but to swim in contaminated water. They live in it. You can be a (wild)lifeguard by helping protect our... Read More
Unlike the kids in our Dirty Pool swimming “experiment,” at-risk species don’t have any choice but to swim in...
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Sita Jo-Anne Holland

Sita’s story: ‘My life has always been about nature’

The past year or so has been incredibly challenging, but even that hasn’t stopped our champions of nature from protecting wildlife and habitat. This week is dedicated to YOU, our supporters. Thanks for sharing your stories with... Read More
The past year or so has been incredibly challenging, but even that hasn’t stopped our champions of nature from protecting wildlife...
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Snow leopard conservationist on a hill

Encountering elusive snow leopards

WWF-Nepal wildlife researcher Sheren Shrestha shares experience studying elusive snow leopards in the Himalayas. With as few as 4,000 snow leopards in the wild, his research is critical to securing this big cat's future. Read More
WWF-Nepal wildlife researcher Sheren Shrestha shares experience studying elusive snow leopards in the Himalayas. With as few as 4,000...
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Male Narwhal (Monodon monoceros) gathering en masse to eat cod in the spring at the Arctic Bay floe edge in Lancaster Sound, Nunavut, Canada.

Why narwhal are the most vulnerable to a warmer, louder Arctic

For millennia, these tusked ice whales have been a vital part of Inuit culture in the eastern Arctic. In other parts of the world, the narwhal’s long spiral tusks were once believed to have... Read More
For millennia, these tusked ice whales have been a vital part of Inuit culture in the eastern Arctic. In...
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Raccoons in a tree

Eight masked species you can spot in Canada

From how they behave to what they look like, wild animals are adapted for life in their natural habitats. So distinct markings like masks aren’t just for show but can help species blend in... Read More
From how they behave to what they look like, wild animals are adapted for life in their natural habitats....
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