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Releasing Northern Flickers

New volunteer Hayley finds out the hard way that in order to release these quick moving woodpeckers, she’ll have to catch them first.

Raccoon Round Up

Racoons may be cute when they first arrive at Hope For Wildlife. But as their hormones kick in, they get very grumpy! But this grumpiness is actually key to their survival, keeping them away from humans and larger predators.

The Little Owl Finds His Wings

Hope didn’t think this little Saw Wood Owl could return to the wild again. But after a year of pampering, his flight has returned.

Baby Seal’s First Swim

Hope is delighted to see a seal they rescued take its first swim.

Shubie the Mischievous Raven

Ever since Shubie was dropped off at Hope For Wildlife as an adolescent, the Raven has become the bully on the playground. Whether tormenting the people and animals around the property, or spilling containers to play with the contents, Shubie is playfully making his presence known every where he goes.