Animal Adoptions Available In-Store All December Long!

Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society has teamed up with Yaletown’s Cocoa Tanning to help make our symbolic animal adoptions even more accessible. ALL DECEMBER LONG you can purchase our kits in-store. Cocoa Tanning is located at 1165 Pacific Blvd in Vancouver and they’re open Monday to Friday 9am to 10pm, and 11am to 7pm on weekends. […]

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Burgers For Bears FUNDRAISER

Join us for some great food (meat & veggie options available!) and drinks at Great Bear Pub in Burnaby to help us raise funds for wildlife preservation! Lots more happening too including live music, a wildlife display, door prizes, 50-50 raffle, a wildlife trivia game, and a silent auction! When else can you eat burgers […]

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Auction is Now LIVE!

Can’t attend our fundraiser “Burgers for Bears” on December 4, 2018 in Burnaby? You can still get some great deals while supporting our charity by bidding on the fantastic auction items online! Items will be added as they come in. Currently, we have: – 2 spots in an Intro to Scuba course with Vancouver Diving Locker – […]

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NWPS Welcomes Volunteer from England

NWPS would like to introduce our newest volunteer: Eva Kwatek.                         Eva joined our team in August to help out with community outreach and education programs thanks to support from Internex, an international exchange program. Eva is a BA German student at Cardiff University […]

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Richmond Garlic and Raptor Festival

What a hootiful Sunday we had! Did you catch us yesterday at the Garlic and Raptor Festival in Richmond’s Terra Nova Park? We were at the festival all day reconnecting youth and adults with wildlife, where you could get close up and personal with some of the raptors that were featured in the flying demonstrations.  […]

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New Summer Student

NWPS would like to introduce our newest summer student: Nicole Wild. Nicole joined our team in May as our newest Community Outreach Coordinator thanks to a generous grant from the Canada Summer Jobs program. Nicole is a Graphic Design for marketing student at the Chip and Shannon Wilson School of Design at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Richmond. […]

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Northwest Wildlife – Thank you Port Moody Foundation

Thank you to the Port Moody Foundation for their generous support of our Nature Walk Programs. Their support goes directly to the development and delivery of Nature Walks in Port Moody and gives valuable experiences for children in disadvantaged schools!    

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We’re Hiring a Summer Student!

Full-time temporary student job for Summer 2018.   Period:  240 hours total throughout 8 weeks, flexible hours and start/end date between May and Oct 2018. 30 hrs/week Salary: $12.65/hr Expense Reimbursement: $0.55/km for work-related vehicle use (does not include commuting to or from office)   Reporting Lines: This position reports to the Executive Director (ED). […]

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Thank You Hamber Foundation

Thank you to the Hamber Foundation for their generous support of our Indoor Wildlife Workshops. Their support goes directly to the delivery of wildlife workshops in schools and helps create future generations of environmental leaders!    

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We had a Shoreline Cleanup at English Bay Beach!

On April 8th, 18 volunteers came together for a Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup at English Bay Beach. In just 2 hours we picked up: 875 cigarette butts 410 pieces of tiny trash 77 bottle caps 71 food wrappers 52 pieces of glass 36 beer cans 23 straws and much more! Sadly, we didn’t get a […]

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