Earth Rangers Wild Wire Blog: the How-To Guide on Commenting Up a Storm

By reading Earth Rangers articles and posting comments, you can learn new information about your favourite animals and see what other Earth Rangers across Canada just like you are up to! Posting comments you can also help you earn online badges and level up on your journey to becoming a Level 6 Ranger!

Every comment you make on the Wild Wire blog is carefully looked over by our Wild Wire Team at Earth Rangers headquarters. This is to make sure that the comments are thoughtful and squeaky clean before they become visible on our blog. We’ve put together a few things for you to keep in mind to make sure your comments are approved:

1) Make sure your comments do not contain any bad words, slang or inappropriate content (this means no rude, hateful, or mean comments)

Don't be a bully!

Don’t be a bully!

2) Avoid putting any personal information like your school name, your location or your last name in your comment (we’ll also check your username to make sure it doesn’t contain your last name – if it does, we can’t post your comment until we update that first!)

3) Try to leave one awesome comment per article by combining all the things you want to say in one spot! Any doubled comments will be removed.

Remember, if you have any specific questions about your account or campaign, you can always reach us at membership@earthrangers.com. We hope this helps – keep up the great work, Earth Rangers!

177 Comments

  1. Ashtonwj says:

    Love animals great job love to be a earth ranger

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  2. Luna10 says:

    I’m so excited about helping the protect bees and other animals

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  3. maliaad says:

    Earth Rangers is so exiting. I would spend hours on the website and saving animals. EVERYTHING IS SO EXCITING!!!!!!!!!
    This is awesome that you are telling people about the Pine Martins and all the other cool animals.
    Animals deserve to be treated the way that you treat a young child.(In a good way.)

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  4. customk says:

    Thanks for the tips

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  5. lilliana4914 says:

    Some EarthRangers came to our school today, I was sooooooooo excited I love animals I love helping them I love this program!!!!!!!!!

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  6. Ashtonwj says:

    I am glad to be a earth ranger it is awesome to see animals and then save them
    I am soon done my goal

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  7. animalsallhere says:

    I love earth rangers

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  8. Atessa says:

    The European pine marten (Martes martes), known most commonly as the pine marten in Anglophone Europe, and less commonly also known as pineten, baum marten, or sweet marten,[full citation needed] is an animal native to Northern Europe belonging to the mustelid family, which also includes mink, otter, badger, wolverine and weasel.
    A pollinator is an animal that moves pollen from the male anther of a flower to the female stigma of a flower. … Cycads, which are not flowering plants, are also pollinated by insects. A pollinator is different from a pollenizer, a plant that is a source of pollen for the pollination process.
    i have done so much and especially you guys the earth rangers we need to keep this up and running

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  9. Lexi85 says:

    Do you know if birds can sleep?

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