thank you

This blog is dedicated to the amazing wildlife rescue staff. Toronto Wildlife Centre and The Owl Foundation.

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Toronto Wildlife Centre. Release of a Snowy Owl Feb 16, 2014

Thanks to the wonderful staff of Toronto Wildlife centre this beautiful Snowy Owl was released back in the wild.  He was found in a sewage treatment plant. Rescued, given numerous baths to clean up the dirt, then watched carefully.  Thankfully he was able to be released today.  All photos taken by Donna Hayes.

Thank you TWC for your great work.

A beautiful magnificent owl.  check out the pink on the face.

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Horned Grebe released by Toronto Wildlife Centre. Jan 29 2014

Sara - rescue staff for Toronto Wildlife Centre gets ready to release a Horned Grebe.
The grebe landed in a parking lot.  Loons and Grebes need to have a long water runway in order to take off and fly. Bluffers Park offers both and three grebes were released.

Check out that eye

So pretty and so tiny



Two red-necked grebes released by Toronto Wildlife centre Jan 29, 2014

Sara Toronto Wildlife staff releases first of two red-necked grebes.
Thanks to the staff at TWC they were captured in a parking lot and taken to water to be released once they had a check up. 
Over the past week 6 have been released back in the wild.

Sarah releases second one. You can see the first one in the distance swimming away.

1st grebe

second grebe

So pretty.