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CPAWS believes that conservation should be based on sound science. That's why CPAWS researchers and affiliates are staying on the cutting edge of conservation biology. Here are some of our recent reports.

Archives for wildlife

Comments on Mt. Norquay Ski Area Site Guidelines for Development and Use - 2011

CPAWS Southern Alberta outlines concerns about guidelines for Mount Norquay in Banff, which would adversely affect grizzlies.

CPAWS Yukon newsletter - Spring 2011 - 2011

Updates on CPAWS' campaign to protect the Peel watershed.

A Grizzly Challenge - 2010

Ensuring a future for Alberta's threatened grizzlies

Seachoice card - Canada’s Seafood Guide - 2008

Download this wallet-sized card and use it to make sustainable seafood choices.

Marine Biodiversity Report - 2008
Speaking notes on the Federal Species at Risk Act - 2010

Presented to the Federal Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development on April 27| 2010.

Grizzlies and the Nahanni - 2007

An educational poster

Caribou Range Condition in Ontario - 2009

CPAWS Wildlands League

Wolves in the Canadian Wilderness - 2001

The eastern wolf

BC’s Glass Sponge Reefs, Jurassic Park Submerged - 2009

CPAWS information brochure about BC'S Glass Sponge Reefs.

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