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Caching & Overwintering

Did you know that not all wild animals hibernate (sleep away the winter) or migrate (leave for better conditions)?  Some

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Fall Equals Busy Roadways for Wildlife

With the colder nights creeping in, our wild neighbors are gearing up to bunker down for the oncoming colder season.

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Canada’s National Animal

With summer in full swing, and us humans in and around the water more than ever, we tend to notice

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Kawartha Wildlife Centre is gearing up for another busy spring season!  After a record 702 patients last year (12% patient increase

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After fall migration is over, and most birds have flown to find warm refuge further south, mammals are left to

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Prickly Patients

Kawartha Wildlife Centre Watch your speed! Porcupines are well adjusted for defense against wild predators but their slow-moving ways make

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Safe Bird Feeding Practices

Kawartha Wildlife Centre One of our most popular birds, Northern Cardinals brighten our days with color and clear (and loud!)

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The Common Loon

The Common Loon, also called the great northern diver, is a national symbol of Canadian wildlife and is one of

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