Here you'll find official news releases from CPAWS Ottawa Valley.
As part of the World Fish Migration Day (WFMD) global initiative, a group of young and dynamic fisheries researchers from Carleton University are hosting a pub talk and trivia!
See the poster for more information here!
It is that time of year again where CPAWS-OV is in need of volunteers. We are currently looking for volunteers to help us with planting flower beds at Mud Lake to provide the turtles with nesting locations. We are hoping to host a volunteer...
PAID INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY
Road Ecology Technician
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Soren Antosz
Vice President CPAWS-OV
CPAWS Ottawa-Valley’s “Make it a Real Park” Campaign Launch
Make it a Real Park, an initiative to...
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Come join CPAWS Ottawa Valley for the official launch of our Make it a Real Park campaign, an initiative to establish legislative protection for Gatineau Park. March 11 (7-10pm) at Maker House Co. (987...
CPAWS-OV is proud to be the newest #craftchange partner of Maker House Co.
Maker House Co. is a fantastic new store in Ottawa, featuring handcrafted furniture and homewares from over 60 local artisans.
Part of their business model is...
Support the protection of Gatineau Park!
2016 Gatineau Park calendars are now available. Featuring the photography of local artists, and all proceeds go towards work to protect the park. Get yours today!
At Mountain Equipment Coop (Richmond...
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...
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...
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...