Jamie, Angela and Garnet were harvesting clams near Moose Island, on the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia when they saw something unusual swimming in the water, a mature bald eagle. The eagle was found halfway between Moose Island and the mainland shore. It was exhausted and in need of help. We suspect the eagle went […]
This great horned owl was found emaciated and smelling of skunk. Had a stain on one of its wings, presumably from the skunk. It also had an infected wound on one of its feet. The wound was cleaned and the owl was put on antibiotics until it healed. It was in care from November 2016 until […]
Save the date! 9th Annual Benefit Concert and Silent Auction fundraiser When: Saturday May 6th, 2017 Where: Truro Legion Branch 26 Live Music: with Nowhere Road (Sponsored by Sylrick Enterprises) Tickets $10. Will soon be available at: Scotia Bank, MacQuarries Esplanade, Central Nova Animal Hospital or call 902-893-0253
Another media story helping us raise awareness about the issue of lead poisoning in Eagles.
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We’d like to recognize Cara Scott, owner /operator of “Leader of the Pack – Dog Training School” in Miramichi, New Brunswick for her support of the CWRC. For each new class member signed up she donates $10 to support the work we do. Thank you Cara and Leader of the Pack! A $10 donation can […]
Have you found yourself wishing you could enjoy your morning coffee, while at the same time support the Cobequid Wildlife Rehabilitation Center? Well, perhaps the thought hadn’t crossed your mind… but the opportunity has come! We are teaming up with Aroma Maya Coffee Roasters, a family-owned business located in North River of Colchester County, NS. They are dedicated to providing […]
We have just successfully released this beautiful barred owl. She was admitted mid December 2016 after being hit by two cars, tossed into a ditch and then mobbed by crows. Brought to the CWRC by DNR. She had signs of head trauma, but no serious injuries or broken bones. Upon being returned to her territory, she took off immediately […]