Since 1987 Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society has worked tirelessly is to encourage respect for and preservation of wildlife in the Pacific Northwest. The current mission is achieved through a bird & wildlife sanctuary, as well as education and stewardship programs that reach tens of thousands of people every year. The work inspires a lasting appreciation for and sense of responsibility for wildlife systems.
Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society is a registered Canadian charity (BN13302 9140 RR0001) and society that introduces British Columbians to the wonders of the natural world. The three main programs are Wildlife in Schools (in-class presentations), Nature Walks & Workshops (outdoor field day) and Youth Environmental Leadership programs (week-long training and stewardship sessions). They are offered free of charge to inner-city school children and at-risk youth in low income areas to ensure marginalized kids are given an equal opportunity to develop environmental leadership skills.
NWPS is stewards of Manley Farm Bird & Wildlife Sanctuary, which is a 240 acre property on ALR land on Vancouver Island. The property is comprised of a variety of habitats and uses of land. Mainly it provides a safe habitat for wildlife in the area, including some listed and endangered species such as the northern red-legged frog and barn swallow. There are many projects underway including a wetland restoration, sustainable farming plan development, infrastructure maintenance and education programs.
The main NWPS website is currently down but can normally be accessed at www.northwestwildlife.com.
To learn more about wildlife please engage with us on social media:
Facebook (Lower Mainland) https://www.facebook.com/NorthwestWildlifePreservationSociety
Facebook (Vancouver Island) https://www.facebook.com/nwpsVancouverIsland/
FB (sanctuary) https://www.facebook.com/ManleyFarmBirdAndWildlifeSanctuary/
Twitter (main) https://twitter.com/nwpsHQ
Twitter (island) https://twitter.com/nwps_vanisle
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