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Tag: Species

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WWF Gift Guide: 7 ways you can support wildlife this holiday

This holiday, find the perfect gift for everyone on your list while helping wildlife across the globe. 1. Adopt a species Great for: Anyone who loves wildlife! Price point: Approximately $40-$50 Choose from over... Read More
This holiday, find the perfect gift for everyone on your list while helping wildlife across the globe. 1. Adopt...
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Capelin spawn again at Ship Cove

World Wildlife Fund Canada restored a capelin beach in Newfoundland in the hope the small fish would return to spawn. The project was a success, and in July 2018, the forage fish came back.... Read More
World Wildlife Fund Canada restored a capelin beach in Newfoundland in the hope the small fish would return to...
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13 countries where you might find wild tigers

Take a spin around these 13 countries where wild tigers can still be found and where we hope this amazing species can continue to thrive. Read More
Take a spin around these 13 countries where wild tigers can still be found and where we hope this...
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Seven rare species in the Carolinian zone

From unsung amphibian heroes to flying mammals, there are more rare species of plants and animals here than anywhere else in the country. Read More
From unsung amphibian heroes to flying mammals, there are more rare species of plants and animals here than anywhere...
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Goodbye birdies, hello birds!

Restoring a golf course to natural wetlands is a hole-in-one for at-risk species on Salt Spring Island Read More
Restoring a golf course to natural wetlands is a hole-in-one for at-risk species on Salt Spring Island
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Last hope for rare porpoise may lie in Newfoundland

The key to saving the world’s most endangered marine mammal may lie in Newfoundland. WWF-Canada recently welcomed a delegation of fish harvesters, scientists, fishing gear experts and WWF-Mexico colleagues in St. John’s, Newfoundland. They brought a new type of... Read More
The key to saving the world’s most endangered marine mammal may lie in Newfoundland. WWF-Canada recently welcomed a delegation of fish harvesters,...
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Canada's federal budget can be a wild success

To truly conquer the decline of wildlife, we need more than a cash infusion. We need to revolutionize our approach to conservation.  Read More
To truly conquer the decline of wildlife, we need more than a cash infusion. We need to revolutionize our approach to conservation. 
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Polar bears need help now. Here’s why

There’s good reason to be worried about the future of polar bears. They need ice and snow to feed and breed, and as climate change warms the Arctic twice as fast as the global average, their habitat... Read More
There’s good reason to be worried about the future of polar bears. They need ice and snow to feed and breed,...
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