The Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society (OWL) is taking in a record-breaking number of injured birds and the snowy owls are back in Boundary Bay Regional Park for the second year in a row.
Team Depot from the Scott Road Home Depot store was at Orphaned Wildlife Rescue (OWL) in Ladner last week constructing a covered seating area.
Team Depot from the Scott Road Home Depot store was out at Orphaned Wildlife Rescue (OWL) in Ladner last week constructing a covered seating area.
For the second time in five months, an animal has been found stuck in a bodygripping trap in Surrey - this time, behind an elementary school.
A snowy owl perched in a tree in Burnaby has been catching the eye of passersby - and getting attention from its fellow feathered friends.
Local non-profits are pleased by the province's announcement of increased gaming grant funding, but unsure whether they'll cash in.
It's been a challenge to continue helping injured birds without any government support, but the businesses and residents of Delta have really come through for OWL.
When humans hurt themselves they will most likely go to see a doctor. When bald eagles injure themselves they can only hope to end up in the care of Bev Day, founding director of O.W.L. (Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society).
Finding support for non-profit organizations can be difficult these days, says Bev Day, executive director of the Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society (OWL).