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National Wildlife Week is a program of the Canadian Wildlife Federation sponsored in partnership with provincial and territorial wildlife agencies, the Canadian Museum of Nature, the Canadian Wildlife Service (a division of Environment Canada) and Parks Canada.

NWW is celebrated each year during the week surrounding April 10, the birthday of Jack Miner, one of the founders of Canada's conservation movement. Proclaimed in 1947 by an act of Parliament, NWW is a time to celebrate Canada's natural heritage and play an active role in conservation.

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