We are thrilled to report on the successful completion of the Bring Back the Wild Salamanders project!
As a species that’s evolved pretty much unchanged over the last 170 million years, this “living dinosaur” is also threatened, even if it doesn’t often appear on campaign billboards or in our social media feeds.
This summer, we’re supporting research to into the Kootenay white sturgeon to help this amazing fish survive another 170 millions years!
This year, with the help of our partners GREMM and Ocean Wise, we’re turning our attention to Quebec to figure out how shipping traffic and other underwater noise are impacting belugas.
Forests are a crucial part of Canada’s natural heritage, wilderness areas and economy, but perhaps most importantly, Canadian forests have a major role to play in climate change.
As a way of giving back and in celebration of Canada 150, Earth Rangers and FPAC are supporting research to help determine the best management practices for moose.