(as of 13/06/2015)
Wildlife Stories / Recent Stories
A woman from Pickering called us after a robins’ nest was blown out of a tree and she found the babies lying helpless in the grass.
Toronto Wildlife Centre comes to the rescue when a mother grebe is spotted with a fish hook stuck in her neck.
Wild animals in the city have it pretty tough. They face danger everywhere they turn—on our roads, from our pets, from our litter. Sometimes they try to make a safe home in a nice warm attic or underneath a deck, only to be trapped and released far away from home.
Four tiny short-tailed weasels were found orphaned in a parking lot under a van. Sadly only two made it through the night, but they’re thriving in foster care. They have a few months ahead of them yet before they’ll be ready to start their lives in the wild!