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Nov 16 15
CPAWS Ottawa Valley 45th Anniversary

On Thursday, November 5th , we celebrated our forty fifth anniversary in style with an inspiring lecture on conservation followed by a reception at the University of Ottawa. Over 200 people joined us for this special occasion and to listen to two...

Sep 30 15
Fall and Winter Hike Schedule now out!

This season CPAWS OV will be hosting a number of hikes in various areas around the Ottawa Valley, as well as in Algonquin park.

The first hike will be a full day excursion to Algonquin Park. Next there will be a hike to Healey and Herridge...

Sep 23 15
Invasive Species Project a HLNR

Invasive species are a threat to native biodiversity. Thanks to a grant from the Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund we were able to develop invasive species management plans for three protected areas in the region. Below are the findings of the...

May 04 15
Event Volunteers Needed


CPAWS is hosting a public lecture by legendary ocean explorer Dr. Sylvia Earle on May 25th at the National Art Gallery in Ottawa. Dr. Earle is an internationally-renowned American oceanographer and National Geographic Explorer in...

Apr 29 15
Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas Program

The Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas is a citizen-science project that tracks distributions and spatial trends of reptiles and amphibians across the province. Atlas data inform conservation, stewardship and management planning. The over-arching...

Dec 21 14
2015 “A Year in Gatineau Park” Calendar now available!

CPAWS-OV is proud to present the 2015 edition of "A Year in Gatineau Park".  This calendar features beautiful full colour photographs of the park, taken by a variety of local artists.

Proceeds from the sale of this calendar helps fund the...

Nov 14 14
Road Ecology Conference in Ottawa!

Less than two weeks remain until the first Road Ecology Conference in Ottawa. It will take place at the Canadian Museum of Nature on November 27 and 28. Canadian Park and Wilderness Society works in partnership with Ontario Road Ecology Group and...

Sep 08 14
Identifying road-kill hotspots for turtles along highway 17

By David Seburn

Road mortality is a major reason many species of turtles are declining.  In eastern Ontario, two species at risk turtles face significant threat from road mortality:

• Blanding’s Turtle (Emydoidea blandingii), threatened...

Aug 25 14
Invasive Plant Species Project

In May CPAWS Invasive Plant Researcher Christina Sullivan and Conservation Biologist Elena Kreuzberg started on the Invasive Plant Species project in the Ottawa Valley. Since then they have been on several surveys around the area and have...

Jul 03 14
Caribou and You! Volunteers Needed!

CPAWS Ottawa Valley wants your help!

Volunteers to help petition the Caribou and You pledge. This can include canvassing people downtown, asking your family or friends to sign or just getting the message across.
Who is eligible?...

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