The spring season keeps the wildlife rehabilitators busy with umpteen telephone calls about the injured or orphaned bird. Of course, they are ready with rolled up sleeves for rescuing and receiving the sick or injured birds. In fact, many people are ignorant whether the bird is indeed in distress or orphaned. It is, therefore, time to demystify some common myths about the injured birds.
Canada is inclined towards maintaining their Wildlife Reserves so the rescue centers are doing great efforts to save and rehabilitate sick, abused, and trafficked wild animals. These animals are kept in the rescue centers before they are released into the wild. Let us see some of the greatest 10 wildlife rescue centers:
The dangerous human impact on wildlife has made the conservation efforts to speed up. The Canadian wildlife rescuers are working tirelessly to preserve wild animals and their habitat. They are working to conserve and rehabilitate wildlife to its best. Most of these centers also combine the efforts of tourism and conservation in order to teach people about wildlife and making them understand their ecosystem.