WWF-Canada Blog:
Species



High-tech and Indigenous knowledge join forces to protect the melting Arctic’s most at-risk animals
WWF-Canada’s 10 new Arctic Species Conservation Fund recipients are focusing on narwhal, polar bear, beluga and caribou.

Managing forests for people, wildlife and the climate
New forestry standards must balance human demand for forest products with the value of intact forests for wildlife and climate change

Get your butts off the beach
Cigarette butts, among other plastic pollution, are the most common type of litter found on Canadian shores according to the 2018 Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup annual report.

No oil and gas in marine protected areas is a big win for whales
Fragile marine ecosystems in Canada will finally get the protection they need.

Calling all scientists: Help us measure the state of wildlife
New Canadian wildlife data is needed for WWF’s next Living Planet Report for Canada.