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Alyce Linda Thomas

…this, and came to trust her gentle voice and hands. She loved to feed the wild rabbits, attract hummingbirds, and spot deer in the winter. Shortly before the illness that…

Got the cold weather blues? Wild animals do too!

…are always able to withstand the elements, though. Stormy weather or unseasonably cold temperatures can cause wildlife to take shelter in unlikely places. If you spot deer, raccoons, or other…

National welfare work for animals

…dairy cattle, veal calves, laying hens, meat chickens, turkeys, meat rabbits, pigs, mink, foxes, sheep, horses, goats, farmed deer and bison. The BC SPCA also serves on the Canadian General…

Compassionate conservation

…and animal welfare scientists and ethicists, is embracing this movement. In B.C., we perform controversial practices like wolf culls, trophy hunting and urban deer culls. Many experts and members of…

BC SPCA position statements

Deer Wild and Exotic Animals in Zoos, Aquariums and Other Permanent Captivity Wild and Exotic Animals Kept as Pets Wild-Domestic Animal Hybrids Wildlife Feeding Recreation and entertainment Animals in Recreation,…

Victoria

…at Victoria Center: bats, deer fawns, wild Eastern Cottontail rabbits, domestic feral rabbits, and adult river otters, mink, beavers, weasels and raccoons. Wild animals dropped off at the Victoria Centre…

Ask the SPCA: Wildlife precautions

…but with fewer daylight hours, drivers tend to be on the roads at times when wildlife is more active. Ungulates such as deer, moose, elk and bighorn sheep are particularly…

Wolf management

…pups from current or previous years. They are an essential part of our ecosystem, keeping natural prey populations healthy. Ungulates – like deer, moose, elk, and caribou – are the…

Wild ARC Practicum Program

…herbivores like black-tailed deer fawns and Eastern cottontail rabbits. Practicum Educational Credit: Our Practicum Program is a professional development opportunity. Participants can receive university course credit for completing the practicum…