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Tag: birds

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male and female rub-throated hummingbirds flying

Wildlife Wednesday: Hummingbirds

In this edition of Wildlife Wednesday, WWF-Canada botanist Ryan Godfrey teaches us all about hummingbirds and how you can attract these beautiful creatures to your garden. I know, the idea of hummingbirds flying around... Read More
In this edition of Wildlife Wednesday, WWF-Canada botanist Ryan Godfrey teaches us all about hummingbirds and how you can...
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Nine facts that keep blue jays soaring

Here at WWF we love blue jays – both the birds, and the team! To celebrate the start of the playoffs, we wanted to share some facts about the birds to show why there... Read More
Here at WWF we love blue jays – both the birds, and the team! To celebrate the start of...
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Bird Migration: Helping our Feathered Friends

Did you know that cities and buildings pose a threat to birds during this time of year? We can all do our part to help make this migration season a safe one for these... Read More
Did you know that cities and buildings pose a threat to birds during this time of year? We can...
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Collision Course

Summer may still be on your mind, but for migratory birds, it’s already mid-autumn. Southbound birds face a modern threat of civilization – collision with windows lit at night or reflective by day.... Read More
Summer may still be on your mind, but for migratory birds, it’s already mid-autumn. Southbound birds face a...
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"Out on the land": Spotting Arctic wildlife

The Inuit tell a story of the creation of Mount Pelly and its two surrounding hills as a family of three giants succumbed to starvation and fell face-forward on the cold barren land of... Read More
The Inuit tell a story of the creation of Mount Pelly and its two surrounding hills as a family...
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Where to find scientists in school

I sat down to tease open an owl pellet. That’s the dried furry mass of tiny bones that’s regurgitated after an owl’s meal. Within moments, a gang of eager kids saddled up... Read More
I sat down to tease open an owl pellet. That’s the dried furry mass of tiny bones that’s...
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