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How an app is making the prairies safer for pronghorn

How an app is making the prairies safer for pronghorn
Protecting one of North America's last remaining large mammal migrations with citizen science and a WWF Go Wild Community Grant.
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Dying orcas get their day in court

Dying orcas get their day in court
Southern resident killer whales are teetering on the brink of extinction. World Wildlife Fund Canada and our partners are taking the federal government to court to try to ensure their ...
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Capelin spawn again at Ship Cove

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 ...
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Old Christmas trees give new life to Credit River

Old Christmas trees give new life to Credit River
With help from a Loblaw Water Fund grant and donated Christmas trees, Credit Valley Conservation is bringing back brook trout.
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HOW WILL YOU GO WILD?

 
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WWF and TELUS want to know how you will connect your community with nature and help wildlife thrive. Submit your idea by Nov. 12 and you could be awarded up to $7,000 to bring your project to life.

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HELP SNOW LEOPARDS

 
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With as few as 4,000 snow leopards left in the wild, the time to help is now.

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ADOPT A RHINO

 
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Adopt this white rhinoceros and help species thrive.

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