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Salmonella Outbreak in Siskins

Salmonella Outbreak in Siskins

Increased reports of sick and dying birds have been noted across the Pacific Northwest, from Oregon to British Columbia. Any bird can be impacted by salmonella, however, Pine Siskins seem to be most vulnerable. Wildlife Rescue is seeing record-breaking numbers of birds displaying symptoms of Salmonella infection.....Read More

Have you seen the Northern Saw-whet Owl?

Have you seen the Northern Saw-whet Owl?

Traipsing around a mature forest near a river, you spot a small, hunkering puffball in the dense foliage. It’s standing stock-still as if any slight movement will betray its presence. You look closer and see two bright, amber eyes staring fiercely back at you......Read More

Entangled Great Blue Heron a Success Story

Entangled Great Blue Heron a Success Story

A Great Blue Heron was admitted to Wildlife Rescue’s Hospital after being found trapped in twine and hanging from a tree. After being treated with pain medication and given time to rest, this Great Blue Heron was able to be released back to nature where it belongs...Read More