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Ship Cove restoration will bring capelin back to spawn

Ship Cove restoration will bring capelin back to spawn
Ten years ago, a beach in Newfoundland was altered by quarrying. WWF-Canada is fixing it so fish can spawn there again.
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The science we have – and the science we need to stop wildlife loss

The science we have – and the science we need to stop wildlife loss
Living Planet Report Canada – among the most comprehensive studies of monitored vertebrate wildlife population trends ever conducted in Canada – has revealed a depth and breadth ...
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Volunteers shimmy and shuffle in the river for science

Volunteers shimmy and shuffle in the river for science
Four volunteers became citizen scientists on the picturesque shore of the Ottawa River by donning hip-waders and gloves before kicking up the surface of the water to collect ...
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You can help stop wildlife loss. Here’s how

You can help stop wildlife loss. Here’s how
WWF’s new Living Planet Report Canada, is a wakeup call. It shows that half the monitored wildlife studied are in decline, and their population numbers have dropped on average ...
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