Join Canadian Wildlife Federation’s Walk for Wildlife

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The Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is hosting its fifth annual Walk for Wildlife.  Kicked off during National Wildlife Week (Apr. 6 to 12), the Walk For Wildlife campaign runs until International Day of Biodiversity on May 22.

Walk for Wildlife gives people across the country an opportunity to show their support for conservation while making time to connect with nature themselves. This year’s goal is to raise awareness and funds for species at risk, like the burrowing owl.

Becoming part of the Walk for Wildlife is easy. Participants can visit to register, start collecting pledges, then head out to a local park, nature trail or conservation area and spend some in the wild.

People can take part informally with family and friends, or head out with a local organization by joining in one of the #Walk for Wildlife events listed on the website.

For every pledge received, participants will become part of the CWF loyalty program and receive special rewards. Those who raise $100 or more will receive a special Burrowing owl t-shirt. The top fundraiser will have a chance to win a trip for two to Calgary for a special conservation experience at the Calgary Zoo.

For those who just want to head outdoors for some quality time in nature, they can log their Walk for Wildlife on the interactive on-line map.

Organizations: Canadian Wildlife Federation, Calgary Zoo

Geographic location: Calgary

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