Posts by tag
How different animals raise their young
Canadian animals have adapted various ways to ensure the survival of their young in the harsh environments in which they live. From fiercely protective moose cows to nurturing polar bear…
Vanishing Ice: How is the Melting Arctic Sea Ice Affecting Wildlife?
Arctic sea ice is a pretty predictable phenomenon, at least it used to be! It always shrinks in the spring and summer, reaching its minimum extent in September and grows…
Virtual Road Trip: Hiking the Arctic Tundra
Welcome to Sachs Harbour, the northernmost community in the Northwest Territories! Known as Ikaahuk, “Place to which you cross”, by the Inuvialuit people, this area features vast and wild tundra…
Cute But Deadly: Animals With Surprisingly Violent Tendencies
This Halloween, instead of donning a goblin or ghoul costume, why not dress up as one of these loveable but lethal animals? Northern Shrike The Northern Shrike is a North…
- Coasts & Oceans
- Connecting With Nature
- Education & Leadership
- Endangered Species & Biodiversity
- Forests & Fields
- Lakes & Rivers
Reviewing the Risks: The Latest Assessments at the COSEWIC Meeting
Three Canadian species at risk of disappearing from Canada are… The assessment of 22 wildlife species by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) in November…
Happy World Wildlife Day!
Canada is home to over 70,000 species. That’s a lot of nature to love – and a lot of wildlife to conserve! Canada’s history has been inextricably tied to the…
It’s Polar Bear Day!
Polar bears are one of the most well-known and recognizable Canadian species. These bears are Canada’s largest land carnivore, with adult males weighing up to 800 kilograms (1,763 pounds). The…
The origin of the biathlon can be traced back thousands of years to when hunters would track game on skis and kill prey using spears. Today, the Olympic biathlon is…
Bears are such beautiful mammals, we had to commit an entire pinboard to them! Make sure to follow CWF on Pinterest. You can follow our bear board right here too!