Events

OWL Open House May 4th & 5th 2024

Join us for our largest fundraiser! OWL’s Open House will be held on May 4th & 5th from 10am-3pm. We will have educational bird of prey talks, a raptor release each day at 1pm, and bird of prey meet and greets. Visit our ambassadors birds, and enjoy a meal from various food trucks, including the Tsawwassen Boundary Bay Lions Club […]

OWL I want for Christmas 2023

Join us for “OWL I Want for Christmas” on December 2nd, from 10am-3pm, our first winter fundraiser in four years! Have your picture taken with Santa and his OWL helper. Pick up unique gifts for those on your list, take a tour of your favorite raptor species, walk through our wildlife museum, and enjoy some hot drinks & food at […]

Yoga with Raptors 2023

Enjoy an outdoor yoga session under the watchful eyes of raptors followed by a guided tour of 15 different raptor species. All are welcome, no experience necessary. Feel free to bring your own yoga mat, we will have a few extras on site. This event will run rain or shine, with a covered area available if necessary. August 6th, from […]

OWL Open House

Join us for our largest fundraiser! OWL’s Open House will be held on May 6th & 7th from 10am-3pm. We will have educational bird of prey talks, a raptor release each day at 1pm, and bird of prey meet and greets. Enjoy a meal from various food trucks, and visit with guest exhibitors. Take a walk through our Wildlife Museum […]

OWL Virtual Summer Camp – August

Join us for a fun filled virtual summer camp for kids ages 8 and up! Taking place once a week for four weeks, the camp will include fun games and activities that will help teach you about raptors, the environment, and how you can help your local wildlife. There will also be a chance to meet some of our Raptor […]

All About Raptors Virtual Program

Join us in this unique virtual experience to learn about the amazing species of Raptors that call BC home, the features and adaptations that make them unique, and about the dangers they face and how you can help. You also get the chance to meet some of OWL’s Raptor Ambassadors up close on camera! Our program is by donation. If […]

News

Eagles and death metal: Trio of raptors found on Sunshine Coast with lead poisoning

A B.C. bird rehabilitation organization is sounding the alarm after treating a trio of golden eagles for lead poisoning. All three birds were found near Sechelt on the Sunshine Coast this year, and taken to the Orphan Wildlife Rehabilitation Society (OWL) in Delta for treatment. “People had recognized that they weren’t flying away and they were kind of lethargic, they weren’t scared, they were […]

Eagles set to converge at BC Landfill

https://bc.ctvnews.ca/hundreds-of-eagles-set-to-converge-on-b-c-landfill-during-fall-1.6586614

Getting the lead out: Wildlife rescuers desperate to save bald eagles from being poisoned

A great article by CTV News about “Getting the Lead Out” and the issues that wildlife rehabilitations face. Please follow the link below:   https://bc.ctvnews.ca/mobile/getting-the-lead-out-wildlife-rescuers-desperate-to-save-bald-eagles-from-being-poisoned-1.5334058?fbclid=IwAR2Nx66nk5gQkAQwo9NrWQ2xfDrvy95Q9d28LLPaXlUC7t9QgnO0_uWpQbI

More respect for wildlife would mean less work for OWL

A great article done by The Optimist on the impacts of humans on wildlife and how more prevention and respect would mean less injured wildlife. Please read the article below: https://www.delta-optimist.com/local-news/more-respect-for-wildlife-would-mean-less-work-for-owl-3462152?fbclid=IwAR2YGKiRe4FHt8yuUVfTP2jIMbFTZVA8oZ6IU8RSZOv_mrUYDliBbeAEIqY

Video: Rehabilitated bald eagle released in Richmond

Recently, we had successfully rehabilitated and released a Bald Eagle that was found injured in Richmond, BC. Richmond News covered the release and also included an excellent release video. To watch the video of the release and to read more, please follow the link below:   https://www.richmond-news.com/local-news/video-rehabilitated-bald-eagle-released-in-richmond-3439043?fbclid=IwAR1mT6Ccqs_tSAj01xaJl5Y29k5AZEeS5fYn1I7uy44fE1DiyT9u5ocbXPI

Dead eagle found tangled in fishing line serves as leave-no-trace lesson

An article from Squamish Chief outlining the importance on why you should clean up your snagged fishing line featuring our Squamish volunteer, Hazzard Roney. Read more below at the attached link: https://www.squamishchief.com/local-news/dead-eagle-found-tangled-in-fishing-line-serves-as-leave-no-trace-lesson-3352208  

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