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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Join our shoreline cleanup Aug 18

  EVENT NOTIFICATION! Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society is doing a shoreline cleanup next week. YOU’RE INVITED! Join us for the 23rd annual Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup! Help us clean up our shorelines and collect important data to help protect wildlife and people! Join us from 10am – 12pm on Friday August 18th at Horseshoe Bay […]

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NWPS Welcomes New Intern From Germany

Yesterday Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society welcomed our newest international volunteer intern: Christine Engel from Mannheim, Germany. Thanks to a wonderful partnership with global exchange placement company INTERNeX, Christine will be volunteering with NWPS until mid November in a general placement capacity helping out with office administration, fundraising and program support. Volunteers are the backbone of our organization. Thanks […]

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Beautiful British Columbia

By Liam Reilly Waking up in British Columbia is an experience. The lush greenery of our proud rainforest, the tranquil songs of our plentiful species, and the crisp air brought to us by the vast Pacific and freshened by majestic mountain ranges. Each one of us is privileged to enjoy this province, and we take […]

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Our Wildlife Education Manager Selected as Canada’s Top 25 Environmentalists Under 25

Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society’s Wildlife Education Manager Connel Bradwell has been selected as one of Canada’s Top 25 Environmentalists Under 25 by The Starfish. Per their website, “The Starfish Canada’s Top 25 Environmentalists Under 25 program recognizes and rewards young Canadian leaders creating positive environmental change in their local communities. Past recipients include scientists, gardeners, outdoor […]

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Grocery Shop For a Good Cause

Support wildlife preservation simply by GROCERY SHOPPING ONLINE!                       NWPS is given 10% of all Spud gift cards bought via http://www.spud.ca/spudcards. You’ll be emailed your online credit which you can then use for any and all purchases at www.spud.ca. SPUD Vancouver specializes in local and […]

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NWPS Welcomes Volunteer Intern from Germany

Spring is such a wonderful season. It is a time of fresh, new beginnings. Days are getting longer, flowers are starting to bloom, many new animals are born. It is also a time when Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society typically begins the growth of its team. Young people around the world are increasingly looking to gain experience […]

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Manley Farm Bird & Wildlife Sanctuary Update

An update from a site visit March 20, 2017: Lots of pellets were found in the barn. In the barn owl box, there were some pellets, which is a great sign. They use pellets as material to nest, so whilst they didn’t nest in it last year, it shows they are using it and thinking […]

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Conservation Internship and Co-op Placements in Vancouver

NWPS is fortunate to have hosted many international interns as well as local co-op students in our downtown Vancouver office over the years. As a small organization we are always in need of dedicated volunteer support. While we typically have interns and co-op students doing a general placement, helping out with all aspects of our […]

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Adopt an Animal!

Now you can support wildlife preservation by purchasing an adorable plush toy. Each animal adoption kit includes: – plush toy (7″ – 12″) – adoption certificate – animal information booklet – 3 animal greeting cards – $25 tax receipt Makes an excellent gift! BUY NOW at https://northwest-wildlife-preservation-society.myshopify.com/     British Columbia is blessed with unparalleled biodiversity. It […]

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