All posts tagged Bring Back the Wild


A Love of Animals Runs Deep with Super Ranger Varielle

Ranger Varielle has always loved animals, and has worked really hard to help protect them and their environment! Let’s hear all about her amazing animal-saving adventures!

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Taking a Peek at Pukaskwa Park’s Peregrines

Last year on our quest to learn more about the majestic Peregrine Falcon, we took you all the way up to Pukaskwa National Park, 4.5 hours


Peregrine Project Wrap-Up: A Soaring Success!

2016 was an epic year here at Earth Rangers, and we’re so proud of all of you for your amazing animal-saving efforts! Over 15,000 Earth Rangers worked hard


All about the Woodland Caribou

Learn all about one of Canada’s most iconic species and hear more about how Earth Rangers is working hard to protect them!

What they look like

Chances are if you’ve


Welcoming Home the Pine Marten!

We love our Pine Marten Animal Ambassador here at Earth Rangers, his name is Timber! From its incredible ability to skip through trees for hundreds of meters, hunting


Meet some of our Awesome Animal Protectors

Meet four Earth Rangers who have done amazing work to help protect animals. From fundraising for their Bring Back the Wild campaigns to completing Missions, their actions have

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Wolverine Wrap-Up: By the Numbers

In our last Wolverine project update, we told you our partners at Wildlife Conservation Society Canada (WCS) were full of excitement and activity, busy sorting through the photos


Earth Rangers Cold Water Coral Project Update – Our boat has departed!

After much preparation and the support of so many of you, our ship has departed for our ocean expedition to learn more about the location of Cold-Water Coral


Going batty this summer!

In August we told you all about our field trips with Dr. Mark and his team. We had quite an adventure and learned a lot about bats and

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Bats 101 with Parks Canada

Bats are known for a lot of things. They’re the worlds only flying mammal, they’re found on almost every continent across the world, and if you had to

Earth Rangers is a registered Canadian charity (#892200528RR0001) whose mission is to educate kids about the importance of biodiversity and empower them to protect animals and their habitat.