Monthly Archives: October 2011

Fall Best Time to Animal Proof your Home

By Donna DuBreuil, President, Ottawa-Carleton Wildlife Centre – www.wildlifeinfo.ca View PDF Squirrels have been frantically burying nuts for the past month while chipmunks, cheeks bulging with seeds, are stashing the last bit of food in their underground dens. We humans … Continue reading

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A Mouse in the House

By Kate MacNeil, Education Coordinator, Ottawa-Carleton Wildlife Centre – www.wildlifeinfo.ca View PDF Each fall, when the cold weather begins, it is normal for mice to seek out shelter in houses. Just as predictably they often move to a more natural … Continue reading

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Three Legged Fox

By Kate MacNeil Education Coordinator, Ottawa-Carleton Wildlife Centre – www.wildlifeinfo.ca View PDF Even though we no longer do wildlife rehabilitation, the animals we have helped over the years are never far from our minds. It was a cold and snowy … Continue reading

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Lacking hair but not energy!

By Kate MacNeil Education Coordinator, Ottawa-Carleton Wildlife Centre – www.wildlifeinfo.ca View PDF Even though we no longer do wildlife rehabilitation, the animals we have helped over the years are never far from our minds. In fact, having had the privilege … Continue reading

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