Walk for our Wildlife
March 4 2004
There’s no question that we lead busy lives, but how much of what we do involves physical activity? We tend to be on the go just to keep up, with grocery shopping, picking up the kids, tidying the house—and with all that hustle and bustle there doesn’t seem to be enough time left over to get outside. Walk for Wildlife -go for a walk in the cold, it feels good to get warm again.
The United Nations declared 2010 the International Year of Biodiversity. Biological diversity—or biodiversity—means the variety of life on earth.
This year, countries across the globe will join together to increase their understanding of and commitment to safeguarding the world’s biodiversity.
Canadian wildlife and wildlife habitats are feeling the impact of biodiversity loss. Climate change, habitat loss and degradation, and pollution are just some of the factors affecting our world. The woodland caribou, polar
bear and lynx are a few of our native species that are experiencing the challenges of adapting to or surviving the impacts of environmental change.
Now Winter is nearly over-Summer , myself cold is a difficult obstacle too overcome without a car.
There was a “melt” last week, here are some images-first of this year—enjoy.
Doug Worrall Photographer