All posts tagged Bring Back the Wild

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Ranger Rosie and the Bees

Find out how this young Earth Ranger is helping the Western bumble bee

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Three Whales for the Fundraising Power of One

Every beluga whale Bring Back the Wild campaign is helping to protect not just belugas but also other animals that live in their habitat like narwhals and

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6 Reasons Bees are Your BFF

When you hear the buzzing of a bee, are you scared? Well don’t be! Generally, if you don’t bother them, they will leave you alone. Besides, bees are

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Blanding’s Turtle Update: Getting a Helping Hand

Sometimes getting a little helping hand is all you need when you’re falling behind a bit, like when a teacher gives you five more minutes to finish a

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The Spectacular Soaring Barn Swallow

Barn swallows are amazing flyers. They dip, dive and dart with phenomenal speed and precision. Unfortunately, it is becoming more and more rare to see this spectacular display

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What’s Interrupting Beluga Whale Communication?

Has anyone ever tried to talk to you while you were underwater? It’s pretty tough to understand them right? Well it wouldn’t be if you were a beluga!

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Meet the Blanding’s Turtle Protectors

Earth Ranger Ashna chats with Julia, a researcher from the Toronto Zoo, to learn how the Toronto Zoo is helping to protect Blanding’s turtles. By collecting eggs from

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Little Super Ranger Lilly

Reduce, reuse, recycle…three simple actions that have become part of our daily lives. For Super Ranger Lilly these actions have played an important role in how she views

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Get the Buzz on Bees and Pollination

Earth Ranger Jovanna chats with Dr. John Purdy to learn all about the importance of bees. Did you know that without bees as pollinators, we would have a

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Western Bumble Bee Update: Managed and Wild Bees

Bees are a diverse group of insects. There are big bees, small bees, bees with stingers and bees without. Bet you can’t guess how many species of bees

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