Visit Art’s Nursery with their expansive 10+ acre nursery anytime between Sept 19 and Halloween to enjoy a casual, socially distant, outdoor stroll amongst 50+ scarecrows and fall photo opportunities. Enjoy the beauty of nature, the creativity of our scarecrow building team, and give your support to the local businesses who make this event possible with their donations. Buy A […]
*Notice: Open House has been cancelled for the 2020 year OWL’s annual Open House allows you to get a behind the scenes look of one of the busiest raptor rehabilitation centres in Canada. This is the only time that we open up 70% of the facility for the public to get a peek at our medical facility and some of our various […]
Join us for OWL I Want for Christmas on December 7th, from 10am-3pm. Come and get your picture taken with Santa and his owl helper and take a tour around our Wildlife Museum and visit raptors up close!Enjoy hot beverages and treats and find amazing and unique Holiday gifts. $10 per digital photo. Entry by donation.All proceeds go to the […]
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
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
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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The OWL (Orphaned Wildlife) Rehabilitation Society is a non-profit organization whose staff and volunteers are dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of injured and orphaned raptors and to educating the public on the conservation and importance of them.