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Wildlife Wednesday: bald eagles are nesting in Toronto for the first time in history

Plus: sturgeon-a-surgin’ in the Great Lakes, caribou -a-boomin’ on Baffin Island, orca for days in the open ocean, and “horrific” animal poison banned in Canada

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Wildlife Wednesday: revealing the life of the Coast Salish woolly dog through oral histories and ancient genomics

Plus: experience life as a Toronto raccoon, red-throated loons learn an icy lesson, and orca use icebergs to scratch their itches

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Wildlife Wednesday: study finds California sea lions are getting bigger

Plus: juvenile salmon migration timing is changing, candy-striped spiders are catching big prey and $500,000 worth of baby eels seized in Enfield, N.S.

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Wildlife Wednesday: Toronto Animal Services overwhelmed by distemper outbreak among raccoons

Plus: hybrid birds, a new study on tiger sharks, the importance of parks and octopuses that throw

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Whales in the news! Are icebreakers ruining narwhals’ summer getaway?

Are icebreakers ruining narwhals’ summer getaway? Plus, Montreal’s whale-ward minkes, Canada’s first North Atlantic right whale visit of the year, a new K pod baby, and humpback and orca continue to clash

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Canada‘s largest EVER private conservation project

Also: Climate changed restaurant menus, sandhill cranes in New Brunswick, bears waking up from their slumber — and a pesky woodpecker hits Canada where it hurts

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Scientists solve mystery of lunge-feeding whales

Plus: Arctic-bound beavers, New Brunswick’s rare vulture visit, Manitoba’s cougar comeback and Canada’s feistiest flora

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A hoary bat roosting on the branch of a tree. (Photo: Paul Cryan, U.S. Geological Survey/Wikimedia Commons)

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Canada signs cross boundary agreement to protect bats

Canada, the United States and Mexico have for the first time formally agreed to work together to protect migratory bats, paving the way for increased coordination of and…

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The mysterious 500-kilometre, 20-year odyssey of Wolf 57

Plus: a caribou’s dinner, avian “flyways,” what astronauts can learn from squirrels — and blue whale tongue-eating orcas

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Lobster larvae show effects of climate change

A University of Maine marine biology graduate student whose preliminary research has shown that the growth of lobster larvae slows in warmer and more acidic waters will travel…

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