Posts Tagged ‘wildlife’

Help the Canadian Government Write a Bolder Vision for its Forest

Help the Canadian Government Write a Bolder Vision for its Forest The Canadian Council of Forest Ministers (CCFM) is championing the creation of A Vision for Canada’s Forests: 2018 and Beyond and welcoming input from Canadians like you. This is our opportunity to remind decision-makers of what we value the most about Canada’s majestic forests.…

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SURVEY

SURVEY Once again, thank you for raising your voice to ban neonics in Canada. Together we can protect the birds, bees and all of Canada’s amazing wildlife. In our daily lives we may not have the good fortune to actually see the majestic Woodland Caribou or the mighty Polar Bear in their natural habitats, but…

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The GreenUP Ecology Park

The GreenUP Ecology Park Garden Market is open from May 20 to Oct 21, 2018 Please feel free to walk through the park and gardens year-round. Enjoy the wildlife tracks and bird sightings throughout the winter months. GreenUP Ecology Park is a five acre showcase of sustainable landscape ideas and resources. With a host of…

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Wildlife Rehabilitation

Wildlife Rehabilitation Toronto Wildlife Centre   What best describes your wildlife problem? I found a sick or injured wild animal I found an orphaned baby wild animal I have a problem with a nuisance animal Answers to your wildlife questions   Admitting approximately 5,000 sick, injured and orphaned animals a year and working with over…

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People across the globe get in the way of animal movements: study

A global study shows animals are moving distances two to three times shorter in areas disturbed by humans than in the wilderness. The study, which is to be published Friday in the journal Science, brought together GPS data on 803 animals from 57 different mammal species on six continents and compared it with a human footprint index.…

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Wildlife outing Sunday 18th October 2015

Meet at Peterborough Zoo at 8.00 for an outing to local habitats of interest. The leader for today’s outing is yest to be confirmed. If you would like to volunteer, please contact Paul Elliott.

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Monthly Meeting: Harper Park – A Local Stewardship Initiative

September 9th, 7:30PM Peterborough Public Library Kim Zippel, Chair of the Harper Park Stewardship Initiative, will deliver a presentation on Harper Park, a 60 hectare municipal park located in the southwest end of Peterborough. Although impacted by surrounding development, the park has remained largely natural with a variety of biological communities, and high floral diversity…

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Sunday morning Autumn outings 2015

Each Sunday in September and October there will be local outings to observe migrating birds and other wildlife.   Unless posted otherwise, the outings will begin at the Peterborough Zoo parking lot on Water Street at 8.00a.m. Outings will last around three hours. Outing leaders will be announced in due course. If you are interested…

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Wildlife walk, Sunday 5th October 2014

Join our president, Martin Parker, for an outing to the Hooton Line in Cavan Swamp. Meet as usual in the parking lot of Peterborough Zoo at 8.00am from where we will car pool. Bring binoculars and a contribution to gas costs.

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