National Wildlife Week Continues

You can’t help but think about the wildlife right now as the spring thaw is happening and the little ones are starting to wander around more with the warmer temps.  I see them every morning on my daily commute in from deer to raccoons to foxes, you name it, I see them.

So its a good week to be National Wildlife Week and the Canadian Wildlife Federation has daily challenges going on, like today for example, challenge should you choose to accept is for you to get outside and enjoy nature after registering for their Walk For Wildlife.  Dedicate your walk to one of the iconic species features on the Canadian coins, from the polar bear to loon to caribou or beaver.

Tomorrow being Throwback Thursday, take a trip back and view all the Hinterland Who’s Who wildlife videos and maybe Saturday slow down and watch for wildlife….too many accidents happen due to wildlife on the road so help the animals cross the road safely by driving carefully.

Find out more on how you can help and make this a world for all of us by visiting their website.

 

http://www.cwf-fcf.org/en/?gclid=CJ3SwbXnntMCFVG5wAod-voNSA

 

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