You can help us save endangered animals this holiday season.

It’s as easy as one, two, tee.

Animals hold a special place in our hearts, so why not wear your heart on your sleeve – literally! These limited edition shirts feature three animals that are at risk of extinction here in Canada. Proceeds from the shirt sales will go directly to Wildlife Preservation Canada’s recovery programs for endangered animals.

How it works: Click on the buttons below to see style, colour, and size options. Place your order. When the campaign ends, the shirts will be shipped. Please note that orders after Dec 1 may not arrive before Christmas.

It’s the gift that keeps on giving! Shirts ordered in this campaign will be shipped to Canada in time for Christmas. With so many options these tees are sure to please!

Please note: The prices are in USD. We know this makes them a little bit more expensive, but the donation also comes back to Wildlife Preservation Canada in USD. We hope you’ll still feed good about your purchase knowing that proceeds will help endangered animals in Canada.


Who doesn’t like a shrike?

Did you know?  Although eastern loggerhead shrikes are currently in trouble with fewer than 70 individuals in Ontario, there is hope for their future.  The conservation breeding program in Ontario was the first in the world to see a captive-bred migratory songbird return from migration and breed successfully in the wild.

Snake, rattle & roll

Did you know? Several populations of the massasauga rattlesnake are endangered in Canada. In First Nations traditions, the massasauga rattlesnake is the medicine keeper of the land, and a reminder to tread lightly and only take what we need. This species and its important message are well worth protecting.

Get a little rough and bumble

Did you know? One third of our food crops need pollinators like the yellow-banded bumble bee. Sadly, these fuzzy and helpful animals are at risk of extinction. Recovery programs like the yellow-banded conservation breeding program at Wildlife Preservation Canada are trying to save them before it’s too late!

Heather Wodhams

Heather Wodhams

The shirt artwork was designed by the talented Heather Wodhams. Heather lives in southern Ontario with her husband and two children. She graduated with an Advanced College Diploma in Fine Arts in 2010. Heather generously volunteered her time to create the art for these shirts because as a mother she feels strongly about Wildlife Preservation Canada’s work in saving animals for our future generations. Heather’s hope is that she can give others a glimpse into the beauty that Canada has to offer, and help people appreciate the small things that often are overlooked.

Visit Heather’s Portfolio