by Tania Hill at the Powell River Peak Barred owls, dark-eyed juncos, deer fawns and northern pygmy owls are just a few of the wildlife… Read More »Volunteer-run society needs bigger facility to meet growing demand for rehabilitation and release
DARLING DEER: April brings the start of baby season in the qathet region, and PROWLS has already taken a call about an “abandoned” fawn. It… Read More »Don’t touch the fawns! A reminder for 2023
Title: Animal Health Care WorkerType: Full-time, temporary (May-September)Number of positions available: 1Salary: $18/ HourLocation: Powell River, BC The Powell River Orphaned Wildlife Society (PROWLS) is… Read More »PROWLS Job Opportunity: Animal Health Care Worker
It is March already, and everyone in the wildlife rehabilitation worldis gearing up for this year’s babies. As part of our preparations,Merrilee has been talking… Read More »Fawn Season: Our partners at MARS Wildlife Rescue need your support!
Birds Canada has noted a major interruption in pine siskins across North America in this winter of 2020/2021. PROWLS has also seen an increase in… Read More »Outbreak of salmonella in pine siskin population related to feeders