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
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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
QUICK LEARNER: With his startling, featherless red head, a young male turkey vulture was noticed sitting on the dusty ground in the woods near Second… Read More »PROWLS caters to injured turkey vulture
FAST FRIENDS: Three baby robins were nestled snugly in a crocheted nest at Powell River Orphaned Wildlife Society when suddenly a baby orphaned starling, eyes… Read More »Orphaned starling bonds with robins at PROWLS
TERRIBLE TWOSOME: Two very young, very small baby raccoons were noticed huddled by the side of the road near Black Point fire hall. Their mom… Read More »PROWLS attends to needs of orphaned baby raccoons