Critter Care open house a rare look inside wildlife rehabilitation

Every day, APFA fights to protect the welfare of wildlife across the country. We work on policy issues, municipal by-laws and solutions to prevent conflict. But there is another side to wildlife protection: rehabilitation.

On the front line of those efforts in British Columbia is the Critter Care Wildlife Society. We are proud to work with this group regularly. We gladly help transport injured or orphaned animals and share notes on the current conditions facing wildlife. At Critter Care, wild animals are treated, raised and eventually released into their natural habitats. It is an honour to witness this work.

And now a rare opportunity to see behind the scenes is available to the public.

On July 12 and 13, from 11 am to 4 pm, an open house will be held by Critter Care Wildlife Society. Numerous activities for children and adults alike will be available and all entry fees ($2 for adults, free for kids) will go to help the animals.

Located at 481 216 Street in Campbell Valley Park, Critter Care Wildlife Society has lots of available parking.

Please take this opportunity to witness the incredible work our friends do. Learn more at CritterCareWildlife.org.

Photo of beaver in rehab at Critter Care Wildlife Society

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