THINGS TO DO AT HOME 

Connect with nature, even while indoors

It's easy to feel disconnected from nature when you’re self-isolating at home. That’s why we’re finding new ways to bring the outdoors to you, while continuing to follow
public-health guidelines. Check out all of the ways you can get involved with WWF-Canada.

#WildlifeWednesdays

Every Wednesday at 2 p.m. EST, you can find our wildlife experts on Facebook Live, ready to answer all your questions about Canadian species.

 
 

Become a citizen scientist from home

Want to learn how to become a citizen scientist from your backyard, or even your window? Check out our latest story!

 
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Facebook Live

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Blog

Garden for Wildlife

Join our In the Zone garden webinars to get the dirt on gardening for wildlife with native plants.

 
 

#TechHubTuesdays

Join our Instagram live chat to learn how WWF-Canada is using leading-edge science and technology to help protect wildlife and nature. Begins Tuesday, May 5th at 12 p.m. EST.

 
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Webinars

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Twitter

Meet our Experts

Curious about our experts? Get to know the people who help push our vital conservation and policy work forward. Joins us every Thursday at 1 p.m. EST on our Instragram channel for a live chat with our experts.

 
 

Shoreline Cleanup Webinar Series

Interested in learning more about ocean and freshwater health? Tune in to one of our upcoming webinars for a chance to engage with us on important topics.

 
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Instagram live

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Webinars

Virtual cafes  / Les cafés WWF

If you speak French or want to practice, join us online every week for live science cafés “Les Cafés WWF”.

 
 
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Webinars

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For a future where people and nature thrive.


410 Adelaide Street West, Suite 400, Toronto, ON, M5V 1S8
Charitable Reg. #11930 4954 RR0001.

Privacy policy


© 2020 WWF-Canada; © 1986 Panda symbol WWF-World Wide Fund For Nature (also known as World Wildlife Fund); ® "WWF" and "living planet" are WWF Registered Trademarks. 
Charitable Reg.#11930 4954 RR0001.


For a future where people and nature thrive.


410 Adelaide Street West, Suite 400, Toronto, ON, M5V 1S8
Charitable Reg.#11930 4954 RR0001.

Privacy policy


© 1986 Panda symbol WWF-World Wide Fund For Nature (also known as World Wildlife Fund). 

© “WWF” is a WWF Registered Trademark. 

© Paul Nicklen / National Geographic Stock / WWF-Canada 

© Nansen Weber / WWF-Canada


Resources for Kids

Check out some of these animal-themed activities and discover all the ways you can get involved with WWF-Canada!
Latest Webinars

Facebook Live

Our Planet Trivia

WWF-Canada and the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup are teaming up to host four Our Planet trivia sessions between May 29th and July 10th on Facebook Live!

 
 
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