Ancient members of the deer family, caribou (reindeer) are an evolutionary marvel perfectly adapted for survival in the North. Yet, they remain one of the most challenging of all species to conserve. Because of climate change, industrial development, and overhunting, some caribou herds have declined by more than 90%.
With a shy nature and cuddly bearlike looks, it is no wonder the charismatic panda is one of the most popular animals in the world. Unfortunately, it is also one of the most vulnerable. The good news is that giant panda numbers are increasing. Slowly but surely this remarkable species is edging away from the brink of extinction - thanks to a host of successful conservation projects. In 2014, China reported 1,864 wild pandas, a 17% increase over the last decade.
Perfect for home or the office. This ceramic white mug holds up to 325 ml. (11oz.) and has a large, comfortable ‘C’ shaped handle. It is BPA free and FDA compliant. Dimensions: 3.75” H x 3.25” Diameter.
Be part of WWF-Canada’s first awareness campaign in almost a decade with this eco-friendly black tote which features “We Are All Wildlife” custom type. Tote bags are 14.75” W x 16.5” H and features the WWF logo on the top right. Tote bag is made of lightweight Cotton that is 100 % natural, processed AZO-free, with no hazardous chemicals.
The narwhal is one of the Arctic’s most intriguing species. They spend their entire lives in the Arctic waters of Canada, Greenland, Norway and Russia. Narwhals are facing threats from habitat loss, ocean noise and climate change. Your symbolic adoption will help WWF-Canada secure the long-term survival of Arctic species like the narwhal. What’s more, it will also help protect other species at risk around the world.
The Arctic hare is the largest hare in North America. These masters of camouflage have bright white coats in winter to help them blend in with their snowy surroundings. In the spring and summer their fur changes colour to blue-gray to camouflage among local rocks and vegetation. Habitat loss and climate change are among the key threats facing Arctic species; this gift will help WWF to conserve their Arctic habitat.
The polar bear is the world’s largest terrestrial carnivore and one of Canada’s most majestic and awe-inspiring symbols, peacefully rulings its remote Arctic domain for thousands of years. This is why it might surprise you to learn that the survival of this beautiful giant is facing a serious challenge this century from global climate change.
Well known for its soft, beautiful fur and elusiveness, the snow leopard is a skilled hunter in its mountain habitat. Although a strong predator, more and more snow leopards are falling victim to hunters in the illegal wildlife trade and retaliatory killing by the local herders, as well as to habitat loss and diminished food supply.
Belugas are sometimes called white whales because of their distinctive colouring. They are powerful indicators of the overall health of the marine environment, as such several populations of belugas are now assessed as endangered, including those living in the St. Lawrence Estuary.
Wildlife rangers are a key part of WWF efforts to safeguard endangered species and fight wildlife crime. These men and women work hard on the frontlines to protect some of the most threatened species in the world.