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Make your summer count
There are only a few weeks of summer left. Make the most of them by enjoying the outdoors and making a difference for nature.

A welcome home for bats (x 50)
Across Canada, declining bat populations are a cause for concern. With the help of a Go Wild Community Grant, Wahnapitae First Nation is doing something about it.

Montreal goes wild for sheep
You’re not imagining things: there really are sheep quietly grazing at Parc du Pélican in the middle of the bustling urban borough of Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie.

Go Wild: Let’s discover Quebec’s wildflowers and much more
We joined Go Wild winners Éco-Nature and Wildflowers of Quebec for their Celebrate Quebec’s Flora for a bioblitz in Laval.

The Society of Grassland Naturalists Go Wild naturalizing neighbourhoods
WWF’s Go Wild Community Grants presented by TELUS program supports Canadians from all provinces and territories by helping them connect their local communities to nature. The Society of Grassland Naturalists connected over 2,200 Canadians in helping nature thrive with their Go Wild grant in the spring of 2015. Do you have an idea to help nature thrive? Submit your idea to us by 5 p.m. E.S.T. December 21, 2015.