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Hinterland Who's Who, Wildlife in Canada

Hinterland Who's Who, Wildlife in Canada Useful for classes studying ecological and environmental issues, this site provides in-depth accounts of Canadian wildlife as well as dealing with preservation issues and environmental protection policies that can assist wildlife. Rich with images and
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Hinterland Who's Who, Wildlife in Canada


Useful for classes studying ecological and environmental issues, this site provides in-depth accounts of Canadian wildlife as well as dealing with preservation issues and environmental protection policies that can assist wildlife. Rich with images and audio, the site also contains Canadian-specific educational resources for teachers.

Canadian Wildlife Service and Canadian Wildlife Federation

• Lesson Plans • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Michael Russell

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