Saturday, 31 July 2021

Wild About Wildlife Month: Thank you for supporting wildlife rescue

Thank you for celebrating Wild About Wildlife Month: Wild Wednesday raised awareness about local wildlife conservation

Thank you for celebrating Wild About Wildlife Month: Wild Wednesday raised awareness about local wildlife conservation


I went a little wild this month. July is Wild About Wildlife Month, so there's no better time to go wild! As always, I'm sad Wild Wednesday is over. I enjoy reconnecting with local wildlife conservationists and learning about all the animals they rescued over the year. They are working night and day to re-wild animals, and I hope by sharing their stories, I can help re-wild some humans. We need to strengthen our connection with wildlife and the natural world if we are going to stand a chance against human-caused climate change and the extreme weather events, species loss, and destruction to biodiversity that comes along with it. Are you ready to get re-wild?


Thank you for celebrating Wild About Wildlife Month: Wild Wednesday raised awareness about local wildlife conservation


In case you missed it, I interviewed a local wildlife sanctuary and featured one every Wednesday in July: 


I swooped into the nest of the Ottawa Valley Wild Bird Centre to learn how to take injured and orphaned birds under my wing.


I found out the bear necessities of Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, discovering what it takes to provide permanent homes to large mammals that can't be released into the wild.


I connected with Rideau Valley Wildlife Sanctuary and learned how their connection with the community helps them ensure they never turn away an animal in need- even during a pandemic.


Thank you, wildlife rescue, for your incredible work to protect animals in the community, and for sharing your story for Wild Wednesday. Don't forget to donate to one of these incredible sanctuaries. Together we can protect the unique species that make Canada so incredible. 


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Thank you for celebrating Wild About Wildlife Month: Wild Wednesday raised awareness about local wildlife conservation


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