A very young fawn was sitting quietly on the beach as the tide started to come in. It was staying in place just as its… Read More »Powell River Orphaned Wildlife Society asks people to stay away from fawns
Our winter birds, from Anna’s hummingbirds to ravens and raptors, are already nesting! Many birds love to nest in dense hedges, and their homes can… Read More »Pruning your hedges? Get it done by the first week of April to protect nesting birds
With the warm weather arriving, it’s time to keep your birds feeders clean! Feeders can spread many diseases that can be fatal to new arrivals… Read More »Your Bird Feeders: How to Prevent Infection and Guarantee Return Visitors!
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
Often those who discover birds that are nestlings, injured or displaying unusual behaviour decide to wait and see how it goes before calling PROWLS. Sometimes… Read More »Timing affects results: Don’t wait to call us!
Only rarely do fawns need human help. The mothers have to forage for food and can be gone for up to six hours. During this… Read More »PROWLS reminds residents to leave fawns alone