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National parks are not just natural wonders; they are vital ecosystems that provide habitats for diverse wildlife, offer recreational opportunities, and serve as places of inspiration and reflection for millions of people each year. By learning about the importance of conservation efforts and taking practical steps to support and protect national parks, we can make sure that these natural and cultural treasures continue to grow for future generations to enjoy.
With National Rivers Month upon us, there's no better time to pack your bags, gather the kids, and set out to explore the beauty and wonder of our continent's pristine rivers. Pack plenty of sunscreen, water, and snacks, and always wear a properly fitted life jacket when participating in water activities. Leave no trace by carrying out any trash and respecting wildlife habitats along th
Whether you're a seasoned hiker or just starting, there are plenty of family-friendly trails across North America waiting to be discovered. With the help of Wild Life Outdoor Adventures' kits, you can make the most of your journey, creating unforgettable memories along the way.
There are over 1,000 tree species in North America, so it is difficult to pick just 8, so we decided to look at the most common, the oldest, and the tallest species, adding a few family members.
Autumn has arrived, and it is time to enjoy the season's splendour outdoors. With the cool morning air and the changing leaves, it is the ideal time to be outdoors.  Spending time outdoors with your family this autumn is a memorable experience no matter what activity you choose.
With Canada Day quickly approaching, we wanted to take some time to reflect on the wealth of our National Parks - coast to coast. These vast spaces of protected land are what makes Canada beautiful and unique. Here are some of the coolest facts we found that you may have not known about our parks.