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A surprise from underground!

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This Victoria Day Annaliesa called TWC’s Wildlife Hotline looking for guidance… “I have some baby chipmunks that I orphaned a few days ago.” While excavating in preparation to build a…

Baby raccoon survives cruel attempted drowning

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At approximately 1am this morning, a resident heard crying noises coming from inside a back yard in the Dufferin & Eglinton area. Concerned, she called the police who responded. In…

Feather dusters comfort orphaned killdeer!

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On the chilly spring evening of May 13th, when Brenda from Brampton found three baby killdeer alone on a grassy knoll, there were a few other birds trying to peck…

Making a Move to Help Injured Wild Animals

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TORONTO: May 12, 2017 – In Canada’s largest urban region, wild animals and people are forced to coexist. Many times, it’s the animals that are the casualties, as their lives…