97% support Ontario’s plan to restrict bee-killing pesticides

Close to 50,000 comments submitted during public consultation process March 5, 2015 TORONTO – Ontario’s proposal to restrict bee-killing pesticides received an overwhelmingly positive response from the public. Close to 50,000 comments were submitted during...

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Our Shrikes Spotted on their Winter Migration

Our Shrikes Spotted on their Winter Migration

With only 21 breeding pairs in Ontario in 2011, the Eastern Loggerhead Shrike is critically endangered. Although the cause of decline has been largely attributed to conditions experienced on the wintering grounds, we still don’t know exactly where our shrikes go....
Grab Your Camera – Bumblebee Watch is here!

Grab Your Camera – Bumblebee Watch is here!

BumbleBeeWatch.org is a website that allows you to identify and help protect bumble bees in North America. Bumble bees are disappearing from many places. Through BumbleBeeWatch.org you can connect with experts and other enthusiasts to help build a comprehensive...

A Flower Patch for the Rusty-patched

Wildlife Preservation Canada’s At-risk Pollinator Program is excited to share with you a new poster.  ‘A Flower Patch for the Rusty-patched’ can help you select plants to include in your garden this year that are known to provide food for the...

Recognition of Conservation Efforts

On April 8, 2013 Wildlife Preservation Canada received a Conservation Group Award, recognising its contribution to endangered species conservation and its collaberative approach. The award notes the accomplishments of Wildlife Preservation Canada and its team over a...