FIRST ENDANGERED BUTTERFLIES HATCH AT THE GREATER VANCOUVER ZOO

FIRST ENDANGERED BUTTERFLIES HATCH AT THE GREATER VANCOUVER ZOO

Greater Vancouver Zoo – PRESS RELEASE Date: June 8 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE      Download Aldergrove – A native butterfly once thought to be lost from Canada is now making a comeback at the Greater Vancouver Zoo. Over the past several weeks, 88 adult Taylor’s...
Lipstick Art to Benefit Endangered Species

Lipstick Art to Benefit Endangered Species

Burt’s Bees teams up with Canadian artists to showcase the power of natural pigments   Wildlife Preservation Canada’s work with endangered species to benefit as Burt’s Bees teams up with Canadian artists to showcase the power of natural pigments (CNW...
The Messenger

The Messenger

A stunning documentary which is a “visually thrilling ode to the beauty and importance of the imperiled songbird, and what it means to all of us on both a global and human level if we lose them.” Take a sneak peak preview of The Messenger at right....
New Partnership to Save Species

New Partnership to Save Species

From York Media Relations. TORONTO, January 6, 2015 –The Faculty of Environmental Studies (FES) at York University and Wildlife Preservation Canada (WPC) are partnering on a unique collaboration in the fight to save animal species at risk from extinction in Canada....

Canadian organization marks 30 years saving species at risk

Media Release October 1, 2015   Guelph, ON   For Immediate Release    DOWNLOAD This month, Wildlife Preservation Canada is celebrating 30 years of dedication to saving Canadian wildlife at risk. Founded in 1985 by by internationally-noted naturalist and author, the...

Looking for Earth Day Fun?

Climate Change Effects on Pollinators Learn More Date/Time : Sunday, April 12, 2015 – 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm Location: Northrop Frye Building, with the  Toronto Field Naturalists James Thomson & Sheila Colla, conservation biologists at U of T, report the effects...