Wildlife Preservation Canada saves animal from extinction in Canada.

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Who's Migrating? Who's Hibernating?

Keep up with our progress in the field.

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Freshwater Turtles

Seven of Canada’s eight native freshwater turtle species are at risk.

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Wildlife Preservation Canada

Canada’s intensive care program for species at risk since 1985

How are the foxes?

How are the foxes?

Wildlife Preservation Canada has been working with the swift fox since the mid-1990’s, when our participation in an effort to reintroduce the species to the wild helped establish a small but apparently self-sustaining population in southern Alberta and Saskatchewan.  Our follow-up census in 2000-2001 revealed triple the number that were found four years earlier.  A stunning 98.6% of young were wild-born, making this one of the most successful endangered species translocation programs in the world.

Call for the Wild - Save Canada's Pollinators!

What's the Buzz?

Keep up with what is happening in the field . Our team leaders report on their day to day activities saving endangered species.

Canada's New Noahs Scholarship Opportunity

Now Accepting Applications!

This practical training and field experience course in managing and conserving endangered species, taking place on the island of Marutius, is fully funded by scholarship. Find out more and apply now.