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Group of California Quail Ready to Return Home

Posted August 7, 2020 by Vindi Sekhon


Last month, Wildlife Rescue provided supportive care to 17 orphaned California Quail nestlings who were found abandoned in their nest near a construction site in Osoyoos, BC. The finder brought the quail in at the right time or it would...

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Navigating Bats in Your Community

Posted by Vindi Sekhon


Wildlife Rescue Support Centre has been busy answering phone calls and coordinating the increased amounts of bat appearances during the day in the last 3 months. Although the majority of the 208 calls are inquiries from callers interested in learning...

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Steller’s Jay Fledglings Rescued after Predator Attacks

Posted June 16, 2020 by Vindi Sekhon


Voted as BC’s official bird in 1987, Steller’s Jays are known for their beautiful blue colour on their wings and the unique black plume of feathers on their heads. These birds are a staple of the West and frequent visitors...

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How to Safely Drop-Off Wildlife During COVID-19

Posted April 9, 2020 by Vindi Sekhon


During the busy Spring and Summer months, injured and orphaned baby birds are in need of your support. Together, we can continue to provide services in our local communities by helping wildlife in need. Hundreds of injured and orphaned wildlife...

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Learn to Co-Exist with Vulnerable Wildlife

Posted December 17, 2019 by Vindi Sekhon


The stunning Western Painted Turtle, Chrysemys picta bellii, is named for its bright yellow stripes on the head, neck, tail, and legs and beautiful red on the shell (carapace) and belly (plaston). Painted Turtles have webbed hind feet and slender claws on...

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Long-term Care & Treatment for Peli

Posted November 7, 2019 by Vindi Sekhon


Photo Credit: Carolyn Madge American White Pelicans (Pelecanus Erythrohynchos) are a majestic and gregarious bird species that’s a rare encounter for many of us in Canada. During the spring and summer months flocks migrate to the Williams Lake area of...

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Inquisitive Common Raven Released back to the wild!

Posted October 21, 2019 by Vindi Sekhon


Photo Credit: Paul Steeves Last week, we shared how Wildlife Rescue assessed this injured and orphaned Common Raven when it first arrived at Wildlife Rescue hospital. Follow the first part of his journey here. As the young raven began to...

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13 Mallard Ducklings Mothered back to Health!

Posted May 9, 2019 by shantal


Last week, in an all-too-common incident, a mother Mallard was struck and killed by a passing vehicle, leaving her young brood of 13 ducklings orphaned. An alert individual noticed the frantic babies and brought them to the Wildlife Rescue hospital....

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Go Wild on Earth Day!

Go Wild on Earth Day!

Posted April 21, 2019 by shantal


Happy Earth Day! Started in 1970, Earth Day was envisioned as a way to demonstrate support and motivate action for a healthy, sustainable environment. Wildlife Rescue believes passionately in this vision. We believe each wild animal deserves our respect and...

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Gosling Rescue Caught On Camera!

Gosling Rescue Caught On Camera!

Posted June 13, 2018 by sam


Spring brings forth new life, and in the wild that means hordes of baby birds and goslings. While they are accustomed to the trees, bushes, and waterways of the world, having to deal with an urban city doesn't exactly come...

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