Hope for Wildlife is an incredible place. My experience there was indescribable and the wealth of knowledge I gained is immeasurable. I will 100% be back there in the future. Canadian wildlife is pretty cool and I hope more people get to experience it like I have. #broadwinghawk#hopeforwildlife#novascotia#wildliferehab
Low point of TBears adventure as he joined Friday morning hockey. I think he was one of the better players this morning. To make up for him putting up with stinky hockey players a donation was made today to the animal rescue hope for wildlife #rememberingthomasjoseph#hopeforwildlife
How pretty and festive is @hopeforwildlife "tree hugger" soap? 😍 Evergreen scented with pure, sustainable & natural ingredients packaged in a soap box made with 100% recycled paper. Do a little holiday shopping and support @hopeforwildlife important work while you are at it! 🦊
We've been busy getting used to our new commercial kitchen and baking up custom orders like this one for @hopeforwildlife! Grab a pack of our new PAWLIDAY bones and give your pup a sneak taste of a few of our festive flavours... Gingerbread, Turkey Stuffing and Fruit Cake! You can find these at Hope for Wildlife this weekend during the 29th Annual Seaside Christmas! 🍪🐕🎅
Snapping turtle bites can exert up to 656 Newtons (67 Kgs) of pressure. Humans can exert up to 1300 Newtons (132.5 Kgs) with their back molars. The major difference is human molars are flat with rounded edges while snapping turtle beaks are quite sharp for cutting into flesh.
This is what a healthy white-tailed deer fawn looks like. She would sit quietly curled up, alert, able to lift her head, no flies buzzing around, and no bleeding or broken bones. A fawn found alone like this in the wild would be patiently and quietly waiting for mom to return to feed her at dawn and dusk.
This fawn’s mother was killed by a car and it is now in care at Hope for Wildlife. Just one of over 20 so far this year.