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  1. Wait, were these alive before?!

    Hanna Hameline's blog Two weeks of stormy, cold, snowy weather can put quite the damper on outdoor fun... so sometimes you have to bring “the wild” inside!   On the days where it is too cold for the little ones to venture out into the snow, there is ...

    2015-11-16 16:26

  2. Walks Schedule for Summer 2014

    David Foster's blog After much delay and with great excitement, we're happy to announce the 2014 summer walk schedule for Halifax Diverse Walks. We have a wide range of experts who will be leading walks this year from birding to the history of M ...

    2016-03-29 15:00

  3. 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

  4. Watch for Wildlife joins an International Movement- by Dr. Fraser Shilling, Road Ecology Centre

    Dr. Fraser Shilling, Director of the Road Ecology Center and California Roadkill Observation System September 28, 2016 Watch for Wildlife Nova Scotia has joined a large and growing family of programs around the world working to reduce wildlife vehicle col ...

    2016-09-28 13:42

  5. Watch For Wildlife While Driving This Thanksgiving Weekend

    A new program from Sierra Club is asking Nova Scotian drivers to take extra care to prevent wildlife collisions over the Thanksgiving long weekend. “Summer may seem like the high season for wildlife on roads, but many species are on the move in October an ...

    2016-10-06 12:11

  6. What I Would Have Said

    Zack Metcalfe's blog It's been a few nights since Nova Scotia's independent fracking review passed through Halifax, addressing a frustrated and distrusting crowd of concerned citizens. These brave PhDs stood before hundreds of people and pr ...

    2014-07-29 12:02

  7. What the day meant to me...

    I remember the first time I talked to a fiery Mary Gorman on the phone, as a new staff person at the Atlantic Canada office, her impassioned narrative about the need to protect the Gulf of St. Lawrence from oil and gas development was inspirational.   It ...

    2015-12-29 13:14

  8. WHY PARKS MATTER- A SPEED-DATING STYLE LEARNING EVENT

    City parks matter for many reasons! Learn from a range of experts why parks are important to people and the environment. At this speed-dating style event, groups of attendees will be rotated through to learn from a series of 8-minute "dates" wit ...

    2016-06-17 17:05

  9. Why Trees Matter

    David Foster's blog Have you noticed the drastic transformation that is underway in our city? How and why it happens is complex however well understood, but it is clearly a sign of the times – May, to be specific. If you are lucky enough to see a tre ...

    2016-05-03 15:58

  10. Wild Child and the Community

    Hanna Hameline's blog The last two weeks has really shown me that there is a large amount of community interest and support to get children back into nature. Perhaps you saw the segment on CBC’s Compass with Boomer or made it out to the fundraiser fo ...

    2015-11-16 16:26