Wildflower Seed Grant Winners

Canadian landowners planting “wildflower buffet” to save endangered pollinators GUELPH, Ontario (September 11, 2017) Native pollinators will have thousands more lunch stops on their daily foraging rounds, thanks to five caring Canadian landowners who are planting...

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LoyaltyOne Young Conservation Leaders Announced

GUELPH, Ont. (July 18, 2017) Three aspiring young Canadian biologists - Alisa Samuelson of Calgary, Alberta; Hayley Tompkins of Hamilton, Ontario; and Tegan Gallilee-Lang of Coquitlam British Columbia  - have been named as LoyaltyOne Young Conservation Leaders for...

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LaSalle Woods Receives Gift on World Snake Day

LASALLE, Ontario. Wildlife Preservation Canada presented the Town of LaSalle with a unique gift this past Sunday. The 16th of July marked World Snake Day, an international day to celebrate and learn about this unique group of scaly, legless, and fascinating critters...

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“Canada’s New Noah” Program Founder Dies

GUELPH, Ont. (July 4, 2017) Internationally-known conservation hero and Wildlife Preservation Canada honourary director Richard Fyfe has died. Fyfe was awarded the Order of Canada in 2000 for his pioneering work in saving the peregrine falcon from extinction through...

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28th “Canada’s New Noah” Announced

GUELPH, Ont.  Feb. 1, 2017 Rachael Derbyshire has been selected as "Canada's New Noah" for 2017 by Wildlife Preservation Canada, a national charity which works to save endangered species. The prestigious scholarship has been bestowed annually to one promising young...

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LaSalle Recognized for Protecting Endangered Species Habitat

Nov 15th 2016, LaSalle, ON For Immediate Release DOWNLOAD RELEASE HERE Carolinian Canada Coalition and Wildlife Preservation Canada are pleased to announce that the Town of LaSalle has recently been awarded a ‘Carolinian Canada Conservation Award’ for its work to...

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Ojibway Prairie Complex Receives National Recognition

Ojibway Prairie Complex RECEIVES NATIONAL RECOGNITION FOR Importance TO CANADIAN amphibians and reptiles Media Release July 11th 2016, Windsor, ON For Immediate Release The Canadian Herpetological Society, Wildlife Preservation Canada, and their partners, are pleased...

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Is it time to choose which species live & which die out?

October 31, 2015 Is it time to choose which species live & which die out? A national news article, featuring Wildlife Preservation Canada, asks this question about the practice of "triage" in the wild. Read the article here. Our belief is that, here in Canada at...

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