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Jump for Wildlife

Join us at Wildplay Elements Park in Maple Ridge on September 29th, 2018!

Take a risk for BC’s at-risk species by facing your fears and jumping off the “What’s to Fear” jump at Wildplay Elements Park, with all proceeds raised going back to support the BC Wildlife Federation.

There are two ways you can come out and support the BC Wildlife Federation!

You can Jump for Wildlife: Participants can register through our online sign-up form to jump off the “What’s to Fear” jump, an unnerving plunge from 40 feet, to raise funds and awareness for BC’s at risk and endangered fish and wildlife! You can sign up as part of the BC Wildlife Federation team or you can create your own team. Once you’ve registered we will help you create an online giving page for you to share with your social networks and collect donations through a safe and secure online platform. You will also be given a pledge sheet to collect cash and cheque donations, as well as a list of fundraising ideas to try. The funds you raise will be put to work to protect and enhance BC’s fragile wild spaces and species at risk. As a thank-you for your fundraising efforts, your entry for Wildplay and the “What’s to Fear” jump will be complementary!

You can come and watch: Not keen on taking the 40 foot plunge? That’s okay! Come on out on September 29th and watch others do the “What’s to Fear” jump. On September 29th, 25% of your Wildplay registration will go back to support the BC Wildlife Federation! Come and cheer on your family and friends as they take the jump and enjoy a day of fun activities. Don’t forget to support our jumpers! Your gift could be the encouragement they need to take the 40 foot plunge!

Have a question or need help signing-up? We are here to help! Contact Jessica at 604-882-9988 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Youth Programs

Wild Kidz is a child’s first step into the BCWF’s Youth Program and aimed at youths aged 9-12. Each camp shares base programming such as shelter-building, fire-building, orienteering (compass work), and outdoor education (e.g. bear-aware and hug-a-tree programs) combined with a small science curriculum each year.   

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Go Wild! Youth for Conservation is a 5-6 day leadership day camp with a focus on conservation. Aimed at youths aged 13-17, Go Wild incorporates some of base outdoor education programming (e.g. shelter- and fire-building) but primarily provides workshops on leadership and conservation

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Spring/Summer 2018 Wetlands Education Programs

Our Wetlandkeepers, Wetlands Institutues, Wild Kidz Camps, Map our Marshes, Restoration and Design Workshops dates have been posted!

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Spring/Summer 2018