All posts tagged Bring Back the Wild


Résumé du projet pour protéger le renard véloce

Au cours de la dernière année, plus de 14 000 Éco Héros sont passés à l’action pour protéger l’un des plus adorables canins, le renard véloce!

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Fais connaissance avec les nouveaux animaux du programme Restaurer la nature!

Qu’y a-t-il de spécial au mois de septembre? Non, nous ne parlons pas de la rentrée des classes. Septembre, c’est le mois où nous dévoilons les quatre nouveaux


Western Screech Owl Project Wrap-Up

Hoot Hoot Hurray, we’ve helped protect the western screech owl! Western screech owls face serious threats, which have caused their populations to decline. In Canada, western screech


Bobolink Project Wrap-Up

As another year of Bring Back the Wild wraps up, we can easily say that Earth Rangers are Bobolink BFFs! You did an amazing job fundraising so let’s

Swift fox in grass

What’s a Swift Fox Having for Dinner?

What’s on the menu for a swift fox? You tell us! We’ve listed below a bunch of food options, guess which ones the swift fox will eat then


Dix Histoires de réussite

Depuis 2010, des milliers d’Éco Héros ont aidé à protéger les animaux en démarrant leur propre campagne Restaurer La Nature. Ces jeunes éco-héros ont amassé des fonds pour

male lion grassland

Earth Month is for the Animals Success!

Throughout the month of April, Earth Ranger kids rallied together to help protect animals here in Canada and abroad. Thanks to everyone’s hard work we gave animals


Put Your Bird Identification Skills To The Test!

If you’ve ever heard a bobolink sing, you know they have a really interesting song. Their song has been called metallic, bubbly and bright and some people even


Taking to the Skies to Look for Wolves

Last time, we showed you some of the ways researchers are able to catch wolves so they can put tracking collars on them. This time, we joined our

western screech owl

Finding Western Screech Owls

It’s spring time, which means western screech owls are busy marking their territory and preparing their nests for summer. This season is the perfect time for researchers to

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