Bees, swallows, turtles and antelope among wildlife to benefit from WWF Go Wild Community Grants

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By GlobeNewsWire.com,  March 28, 2018

Toronto, March 28, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Highway animal crossings in Alberta, bee corridors in British Columbia, an urban lot transformation in Hamilton, Ont., and wood turtle surveys in Nova Scotia are among the newest crop of projects to receive Go Wild Community Grants, awarded today.

The Go Wild Community Grants program, presented by TELUS, helps thousands of Canadians connect more deeply with nature and find solutions to conservation challenges affecting their communities and wildlife across Canada. Since 2015, grants totalling more than $300,000 have been awarded to 74 projects across the country.

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