Hope for Wildlife to close education tours for the months of January and February due to COVID-19

The Covid Chronicle

**** Hope for Wildlife Release

Unfortunately due to increasing covid cases, we have made the decision to close our education tours for the months of January and February to keep the public, our team, and our animals safe. Our wildlife drop off centres will remain open 24/7.

We will still have our annual Christmas tree drop off this Saturday January 1st from 12-3pm! There is an area marked off at the end of our driveway designated for trees. Christmas trees provide our patients with extra shelter, act as enrichment and can help our team assess a patients climbing abilities. This has been our busiest year to date and we still have many animals in care so we are in need of lots of trees!

Thank you for your continued support and understanding during these uncertain times!

*This snowy owl came in at the beginning of the month after being found weak and dehydrated. After some supportive care and time rebuilding strength in one of our outdoor enclosures, she was released back into the wild!

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