Past Noah in Mauritius. Photo courtesy of Wildlife Preservation Canada.
If you like animals, you still have three days left to become Canada’s next New Noah. Every year Wildlife Preservation Canada selects one lucky biology graduate to travel to Mauritius to learn about how to preserve endangered species.
For almost thirty years, the Guelph-based organization has been running this scholarship program, and maybe this year you could be selected! We’ll be running a more in-depth story about this trail-blazing program in our upcoming education issue - keep an eye out for it!
For more details about the application process, visit Wildlife Preservation Canada’s dedicated webpage: https://wildlifepreservation.ca/recovery-action/canadasnewnoahs/
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