A Brush With Nature
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What a special year 2017 is! Not only is it the 150th birthday of our great nation Canada, but it is also the 30th Anniversary of Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society! An evening of art, education and philanthropy, A Brush with Nature is a celebration of wildlife preservation featuring guest speaker Robert Bateman! Guests are invited to an after-hours […]

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CONTEST ALERT

CONTEST ALERT! WIN 2 tickets to our gala event + a wolf adoption kit (total value $202)!                             Simply tag your friends in our social media posts about this contest! Get 1 entry for each friend tagged. Tag on any contest post […]

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We planted 500 trees in Surrey!

We are so proud to work with so many amazing people who care about nature. Yesterday in a partnership between Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society​, Forest Recovery Canada, Honda Canada and Metro Vancouver Parks, we planted 500 native trees and shrubs in one of the most ecologically important areas in the region. We had a whopping […]

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Tree Planting

COME PLANT SOME TREES WITH US!   In celebration of Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society‘s 30th anniversary we will be planting some more trees and shrubs to help the environment thrive!   Join us for a tree planting from 10 AM to 1 PM at Surrey Bend Regional Park on Monday October 16, 2017. Space is limited […]

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NWPS Panelist at North American Association for Environmental Education 30 Under 30 Conference

Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society (NWPS) is proud to be selected to speak as a panelist at the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) #NAAEE2017 Conference as one of the 30 Under 30: Young Leaders Making A Difference next week in Washington, DC. The 46th annual conference will be taking place October 17-21, 2017. See the […]

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Stepping Into Nature Festival

Stepping into Nature is a full-day, outdoor education program that gives grade 6&7 elementary school students the opportunity to learn about their environment in an outdoor setting. The goal of the festival is twofold: to reconnect students with their natural environments, and to support high school students in developing their leadership skills. Inspired by Richard Louv’s famous book, The […]

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Critter Care Walk-A-Thon

Take a walk on the wild side! It’s time to tie on your sneakers, gather your friends and family and join us for our annual Walk-a-Thon fundraiser. Download the registration form found at https://www.crittercarewildlife.org/event/annual-walk-thon-fundraiser/ and mail it to Critter Care (instructions on form). You can also register via email by including your credit card information […]

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Coho Festival
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The Coho Festival is held the second Sunday in September and features a famous Coho Salmon Barbecue, the Coho Garden, Stewardship Zone, Kids Park, Main Stage, and the Squamish Nation Village. The day starts with a Coho Run, Coho Swim, pancake breakfast and much more. Find Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society in the Stewardship Zone, where there will be over 20 […]

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Wildlife Display at Lynn Canyon Park

Find us near the entrance to the suspension bridge where you will find our table full of exciting biological artefacts for you to interact with.

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