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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF CWF_FCF
53.2% of cwf_fcf's followers are female and 46.8% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.70%. The average number of likes per post is 191 and the average number of comments is 2.
Cwf_fcf loves posting about Dogs, Photography, Travel.
Check cwf_fcf's audience demography. This analytics report shows cwf_fcf's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR CWF_FCF
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF CWF_FCF
- Travel & Tourism 65.54 %
- Photography 52.61 %
- Art & Design 43.82 %
- Sports 43.10 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 42.62 %
- Fitness & Yoga 37.29 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 35.60 %
- Pets 35.09 %
- Music 33.18 %
- Entertainment 32.63 %
- Business & Careers 32.43 %
- Movies and TV 32.33 %
- Beauty & Fashion 32.22 %
This week we’re talking about aliens! 👽 Not the kind from outer space, but the kind right here on Earth. What impacts do plants and animals have when they are introduced outside of their normal range? Your at-home alien exploration starts here. LINK IN STORIES & HIGHLIGHTS UNDER weeklywild Live webinar (April 16) Invasive species lessons Recipes that “bite” back against alien plants Time in nature activities #domoreforwildlife #weeklywild
What is #NationalWildlifeWeek? In 1947, Canadian Parliament officially proclaimed the week of April 10 as National Wildlife Week. April 10 is the birthday of the late Jack Miner, a Canadian conservationist known by some as the "father" of North American conservationism. "Wild Goose Jack,” as he was often referred, was one of the first conservationists to determine the migratory paths of North American birds and is credited with helping to save the iconic Canada Goose from the brink of extinction. While we won’t all save an animal from extinction, we can all have a positive impact on our wildlife and the places they call home when we #DoMoreForWildlife. Link in profile
Let's kick off day 6 of #NationalWildlifeWeek with coast and oceans! Help make a difference TODAY! 🐋Link in profile for activities below 🌊 Cleaning Up a Shoreline Reducing Your Plastic Footprint Joining The Watch
Let's kick off day 5 of #NationalWildlifeWeek by connecting with nature! 🌳 LINK IN PROFILE 🌻 Be One With Nature & #DoMoreForWildlife by: Going on a Scavenger Hunt Geting Snap Happy & joining our photo contest Joining our iNaturalist Webinar
Let's kick off Day 4 of #NationalWildlifeWeek with endangered species and biodiversity! 🐢 LINK IN PROFILE 🐢 Be One With Nature & #DoMoreForWildlife by: Giving Turtles and Other Wildlife a Brake Adding Your Observations to iNaturalist.ca
Follow us on Instagram? You could win! Show us how you’re doing more for wildlife during National Wildlife Week for your chance to win a daily #DoMoreForWildlife bundle! Simply show us how you’re doing more for wildlife anything from switching to a metal straw, to planting for pollinators, or any other action you’re taking. Follow and tag @cwf_fcf and use #DoMoreForWildlife in your post. We’ll DM a winner everyday between April 6-10, 2020. #contest
Let's kick off Day 3 of #NationalWildlifeWeek! Check out this week’s set of #WeeklyWILD resources to get started! 🦋LINK IN PROFILE & STORY/HIGHLIGHTS 🦋#DoMoreForWildlife Videos & live webinars Wildlife-themed lessons How to identify animal tracks Time in nature activities
Let's kick off the 2nd day of #NationalWildlifeWeek with lakes and rivers! Be One With Nature & #DoMoreForWildlife by: (Link in profile) Naturalizing Your Shoreline Taking the Water Challenge Adding Your Observations to iNaturalist.ca
Let's kick off the first day of #NationalWildlifeWeek with fields and forests! Be One With Nature and #DoMoreForWildlife with one or more of these actions (LINK IN PROFILE): GROW IT Don’t Mow Check Out our Pollinator Webinar on Wed April 8 Add Your Observations to iNaturalist.ca
In search of some #homeschooling inspiration? Spring is here! Let’s learn about pollinators! You won’t “bee”-lieve the educational activities we have for you this week! #WeeklyWILD 🐝🦋 **LINK IN STORIES & Highlights Live webinar April 2 Pollinator-themed lesson plans How to make an insect hotel Time in nature activities #socialdistancing #homeschooling #wildlife #activelearning
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