Walk for Wildlife Locations


CWF is hosting promotional walks in Ottawa and Calgary on Saturday, April 10


Ottawa - The Pinhey Forest, located behind the Nepean Sportsplex, will be the backdrop for Ottawa’s Walk for Wildlife. Join our guide as we explore the native birds and vegetation inhabiting part of the National Capital Greenbelt. Download the Pinhey Forest map.

Registration starts at 9:30 a.m. in Assembly Hall F, Nepean Sportsplex, 1701 Woodroffe Avenue. The Walk will get underway at 10:00 a.m. followed by a wrap-up reception. Free parking is available in parking lot P14.

Poster Planning to attend the Ottawa Walk for Wildlife? RSVP here.
Download a poster for the Ottawa event and help spread the word!




Calgary - Walk for Wildlife through the Canadian Wilds at the north entrance of the Calgary Zoo,  12:30 – 3:30 p.m. Start your trek at Esso Auditorium where you will be able to find out a few updates on the Zoo’s important endangered species conservation work. As you walk through the Aspen Woodlands, Northern Forest and Rocky Mountain enclosures of the Canadian Wilds you will enjoy seeing many North American species such as Grizzly bears, moose, Wood bison and wolves. Stop at Cequel Energy Lodge to see the river otters, then head back to the Esso Auditorium for snacks and refreshments courtesy CWF. Registration begins at 12:30 pm at the North Entrance. Zoo passes will be distributed to participants at the registration table. Welcome remarks will begin at 1:30 pm at Esso Auditorium, followed by the guided tour through the Canadian Wilds.

Poster R.S.V.P. for CWF’s Walk for Wildlife at the Calgary Zoo and join us Saturday April 10 for a fun filled family afternoon including zoo admission and guided tours of the Canadian Wilds.
Download a poster for the Calgary event and help spread the word!



Walking on your own or with a group


Want to travel in a pack?  You can find organized nature walks in your community by visiting a number of websites including Parks Canada or one of our provincial affiliates. Or, organize a group – perhaps your colleagues at work, your school class, social club, or community organization would like to get involved.  Encourage everyone to log their kilometers in the Walk for Wildlife.

Prefer to roam free? Wildlife and wildlife habitat are seldom far away. Find a nature trail, forest, or shoreline near you and explore the species that live and thrive there. Discover what native plants are indigenous to your region. Listen to the music of migrating songbirds as they return home. Welcome wildlife animals who are coming out of their winter hibernation. Wonder at the oceans, lakes and rivers that comprise Canada’s waterways. Most of all get outdoors and enjoy your Walk for Wildlife.
  
Don’t forget to log and support your walk

Remember to log your kms. Each kilometer logged get us closer to our goal of walking across Canada. Each dollar raised will support CWF research, education and programs.