Wild ARC

One of the squirrels who ended up having their tails amputated after getting them stuck together with tree sap. (Facebook/Wild ARC)

Sibling squirrels in recovery after sap situation leads to tail amputation

BC SPCA Wild ARC says squirrels will be released back into wild, fifth sibling was euthanized

 

PHOTOS: Turkey vulture rescued after hanging upside down in a tree for hours

Wild ARC, West Shore firefighters and a tree cutting service come to the rescue

 

Feeding ducks bread crumbs is a harmful habit

Wild Arc suggests to never feed wildlife in general

  • Aug 13, 2020

 

Metchosin’s Wild ARC fishes for fillets to feed more than 70 raccoons

Drop off donations of unseasoned, uncooked fish welcome

Baby otter recovering in Metchosin after mom killed by motorist

Wild ARC opens emergency fund for young pup

Ducklings rescued after mom abandons them while trying to cross Malahat

Wild ARC plans to release them back to the wild in about a month

Injured wildlife admissions drop roughly 80 per cent during COVID-19 pandemic

Wild ARC speculates reduced traffic and active job sites impact numbers

Outdoor cats one of the biggest causes of wildlife injuries

Spring a vulnerable time for fledglings, small mammals says wildlife centre

Red-tailed hawk’s own bill is killing him

‘Most birds with this syndrome will starve to death without treatment’

Wild ARC in Metchosin releases beaver into the wild

Female beaver finds new home in Dawson Creek

  • Jul 8, 2018

WATCH: Trio of orphaned otters released into the wild on Vancouver Island

Staff at B.C. SPCA Wild ARC nursed animals back to health

Wild ARC in Metchosin sees record-breaking number of animals

The centre cared for 3,066 “patients” in 2017

Where the wild things are: go behind the scenes at Wild ARC

Nursing animals back to health a labour of love for Colwood volunteer