Caribou and you: The bomb


caribou-bull-sawchuck-thumb.jpg“By saving the woodland caribou’s remaining Boreal Forest habitat, we’ll also help protect one of the world’s largest natural carbon reserves and slow the effects of climate change.” network is working with the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society to help gather signatures to convince the Federal Government to identify and protect Woodland caribou habitat under the Species at Risk Act.


Caribou and you: The bomb

Visit the web site to learn more:

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Let us know what you think and sign the petition to help protect the Woodland caribou habitat under the Species at Risk Act.


Helping out and showing your support is really easy to do. Click on the link above to sign the online petition, send a postcard to your friends, share the videos on Facebook, and help spread the word!

One Comment Add yours

  1. R. Turgano says:

    Subject: Please continue to make a difference for caribou!
    Thank you for your support to protect Woodland caribou and their Boreal forest habitat.
    Great news — the government is listening! We’ve learned that scientists at Environment Canada are working feverishly to generate a map of critical caribou habitat. This is the crucial first step in planning for the species’ protection. But there’s much more work ahead.
    Our aim is to bring at least 10,000 signatures to the Minister of the Environment to show him Canadians are serious about protecting caribou.
    Will you help us reach our goal?
    Visit to send our caribou e-card to your friends. You can also share this message to your friends on Facebook – please help us spread the word!
    Thank you again for raising your voice to help save Woodland caribou and their carbon-rich habitat.
    The CPAWS Action Team


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