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  1. A Famous Fox is remembered and honoured by Watch for Wildlife

    Wallace River Photographer Ian Murray's award winning image of 'Mom' the fox and its kit helping to raise awareness of Wildlife Vehicle Collisions and their impacts. Watch 4 Wildlife News May 19, 2017 Ian Murray is kindly letting us use his ...

    2017-05-25 10:09

  2. COMMENTARY: My father taught me to love Mother Nature, inspired new Watch for Wildlife program

    Father's Day 2016 Wanda Baxter Local XPress June 19, 2016 My wish for Father’s Day is that more people start thinking about and acting like my dad does when it comes to wild animals hit by vehicles. Wildlife deserves our attentiveness while driving a ...

    2017-11-01 12:16

  3. Roadkill deaths driving some species to the edge

    'We can't just keep hitting them on the road and think it's not a problem,' says wildlife advocate David Burke cbc.ca October 7, 2017 About 200 animals a year are brought to the Cobequid Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre for treatment aft ...

    2017-11-28 08:14

  4. Energy & Climate Change

    Working with local volunteers and organizations, Sierra Club Atlantic is pushing for just solutions to climate change from local, regional, and national perspective. Please join us for To the Ends of the Earth, film screening and panel discussion, this We ...

    2017-11-23 17:00

  5. Pesticides

    What are Pesticides? Pesticides (herbicides, vermicides, fungicides, and rodenticides)  are poisons designed to kill insects, plants, fungi, moulds and rodents.  Pesticides contain “active” ingredients (the chemicals intended to kill), and so-called “iner ...

    2017-11-23 17:00

  6. Halifax Diverse

    Halifax Diverse creates opportunities for the public to learn about, engage with, and contribute to urban green spaces in the Halifax Regional Municipality. See our blog (found here) for information on upcoming events, past events, and occasionally, infor ...

    2017-11-23 17:00

  7. Blue Whale Project

    The Blue Whale Project is a program of Sierra Club of Canada Foundation that seeks to be the proactive voice of the endangered Blue Whales in Atlantic Canada. The Blue Whale Project recognizes the Gulf of St Lawrence as critical habitat for this species a ...

    2017-11-23 17:00

  8. Sierra Club's Wild Child

    email facebook linkedin twitter google+ pinterest Wild Child PEI:  https://peiwildchild.wordpress.com  Wild Child Nova Scotia:  https://wildchildns.wordpress.com and  www.facebook.com/wildchildforestschool/ Donate today   to help more children get into th ...

    2018-03-19 17:37

  9. Watch for Wildlife

    email facebook linkedin twitter google+ pinterest Please see our official program website: www.watchforwildlife.ca Watch for Wildlife (W4W) NS is a wildlife vehicle collision prevention program that encourages and enables Nova Scotians and visitors to the ...

    2018-03-28 14:25

  10. The Tale of One Birder

    Russel Crosby's blog In the lead-up to our June 1st bird walk led by Kate Steele of the Nova Scotia Bird Society, fellow birder and photographer extraordinaire Russel Crosby writes about how he got into birding, and gives novices a few tips. Join us ...

    2014-05-23 14:51