A Canadian Wildlife Blog?

WHILE HUGGERS.CA IS RESEARCHED AND WRITTEN BY CANADIANS IT REALLY IS AN INTERNATIONAL SITE WITH INTERNATIONAL WILDLIFE INTERESTS AND FOCUSES. WE ARE FOLLOWED BY PEOPLE FROM CANADA, USA, UK, IRELAND, THE NETHERLANDS, THE ARABIAN PENINSULA,INDIA AND MANY OTHER NATIONS.

WE ARE INTERESTED IN THE WELFARE AND PROTECTION OF ELEPHANTS (Asian and African), RHINOCEROS (Asian & African), CHEETAHS (Asian & African), LIONS, TIGERS, ALL SPECIES OF BIRDS, in fact, we are interested in all things good that are living, on land, in the air or in the sea; and lament those things that are endangered or otherwise under siege! AND WE WANT TO PASS THIS INFORMATION ALONG…

We like to bring our concerns to the attention of people who are likewise concerned, including governments, countries- or anybody who will listen!

We would like to hear from you! Share with us your concerns and information. Let’s do whatever we can to help make things a little better!


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Earthworm numbers dwindle, threatening soil health — CVD

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