Wildlife Rehabilitator

Wildlife Rehabilitator

Wildlife Rehabilitator In Ontario, you do not need to be an Authorized Wildlife Rehabilitator to volunteer or work for an establishment that has a Wildlife Custodian Authorization. However there are many advantages for you to train to become an authorized wildlife...
First Aid Kit

First Aid Kit

First Aid Kit Injured wildlife can be encountered at any time, almost anywhere. If you have a first aid kit available this could greatly increase the animal’s chance of surviving. To be capable of helping a distressed wild animal during an emergencies, keep...
Rabies Info from NDMNRF

Rabies Info from NDMNRF

Rabies Info from NDMNRF Below is an unedited copy of an email from the NDMNRF (Ministry of Northern Development, Mines, Natural Resources and Forestry) directed at Ontario’s Authorized Wildlife Custodians regarding the ongoing battle to control rabies in...
Footprints in the Snow

Footprints in the Snow

Footprints in the Snow Today I saw bunny footprints in the snow and I wondered:  could they be from one of my released bunnies? Probably not because the release locations I use are far away from here. Then I wondered:  does this bunny know any of my bunnies? Does the...