All posts tagged Bring Back the Wild

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Eastern Small-footed Bat Project Update: The Search is On!

Our animal-saving partners at the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (OMNRF) have been hard at work searching high and low for one of Ontario’s rarest bat species. Let’s tag along with a field team and learn all about the amazing work they’re doing!

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All about Bees and other Pollinators

Learn all about Bees and other Pollinators and how Earth Rangers is working hard to protect them!

What they look like

Quick, pop quiz! What does a bee look like?

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All about the Pine Marten

Learn all about Pine Martens and hear more about how Earth Rangers is working hard to protect them!

What they look like

Pine Martens are members of the weasel family.

Midland Painted Turtle Basking on a Log

All about the Midland Painted Turtle

Learn all about Midland Painted Turtles and hear more about how Earth Rangers is working hard to protect them!

What they look like

The Midland Painted Turtle is a type

Breaching orca or killer whale at sea near Canada

Extended: Earth Month is for the Animals!

Attention Earth Rangers: April may be over, but there’s still time to help the amazing marine mammals of Canada’s west coast – that’s right, we’ve just extended our

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Happy Earth Day!

Did you know that today is Earth Day? It's true! Earth Day is the day when people all over the world celebrate the environment. As a special Earth


Bats 102 – Parks Canada strikes again!

Back in the fall we told you all about a Parks Canada program in Montreal’s Lachine Canal National Historic Site, where campers had the chance to learn all

Close-up of Wild sea otter (Enhydra lutris) resting in bay water.

10 Marine Animals You’re Helping This Earth Month

When you fundraise for your Bring Back the Wild Campaign this Earth Month, you won't just be helping one animal species. You'll be helping an entire island's worth!


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! She makes sure to take part in eco-friendly activities on


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

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.