A Message from the Executive Director
Summer has come and gone, and fall is here. The extreme heat is a memory, the wildfires are slowing down, and with that, wildlife gets to breathe a sigh of relief.
Yet the struggle of nature is never over. Wildlife will now be migrating south. With more of their historically bountiful migratory land scorched again this year, they will be forced to find new routes down, including heading west to the coast. Here in the Lower Mainland, they will contend with risks of window impacts and increased competition for food and safety, all while trying to avoid common urban threats such as fast-moving traffic and domestic cat attacks.
This is why I’m so thankful for you. Your care and passion to ensure that the wildlife — who help make this province so beautiful to live in — receive the expert medical care required for a second chance at a natural life is inspiring.
Wildlife needs help now more than ever. With your ongoing generosity, we can make sure they get it.
Please take a few minutes to read some wonderful stories below, and have a great fall!