Information for Volunteers: Sea To Sky Injured Wildlife

SEA TO SKY INJURED WILDLIFE EMERGENCY RESPONSE NETWORK Helping wildlife in the Sea to Sky get to the designated wildlife rehabilitation centres safely and quickly. INFORMATION FOR VOLUNTEERS: [NOTE: The most up-to date version of this can be found by accessing the Google Doc version of Information for Volunteers ] Locals and visitors commonly encounter … Continue reading Information for Volunteers: Sea To Sky Injured Wildlife

Advocating For A Ban on Rodent Poisons

https://youtu.be/z086ZYd739M Anticoagulant rodent poisons are known to perpetuate through the food chain and frequently affect non-target animals including pets and wildlife. These poisons cause animals to die by slowly bleeding to death, since they disrupt the blood clotting system. Rat and mouse poisons used in homes and in commercial areas are a leading cause of … Continue reading Advocating For A Ban on Rodent Poisons

VOLUNTEER PROTOCOL: How To Rescue Injured Wildlife

https://youtu.be/3Dhh6OPzM2Y Locals and visitors commonly encounter injured wildlife, but are not sure what to do or whom to call. We are improving public knowledge in this area and providing resources and training for volunteers.Injured birds, small mammals, raccoons, and many others rely upon volunteers to help them get to the designated wildlife rehabilitation centres (mostly … Continue reading VOLUNTEER PROTOCOL: How To Rescue Injured Wildlife

Meet “Johnny” [a.k.a “Bae Bae”]

"Johnny" [a.k.a. "Bae Bae"] was the chosen recipient for the Snoop and Love Emergency Assistance Fund for the 2018-2019 fiscal year.  He was surrendered to our local animals shelter, WAG, when his owner was unable to pay for the medical care that he required to treat a life-threatening urinary obstruction. We truly believe that the … Continue reading Meet “Johnny” [a.k.a “Bae Bae”]

2018 Annual General Meeting of The Snoop and Love Community Foundation

Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 5:30 pm at the Annex Community Space in Creekside Village, 2067 Lake Placid Rd, Whistler, BC V0N 1B2 Welcome and Call to Order (Chair): Thank you for coming to the Snoop and Love Community Foundation’s annual general meeting. We are so glad that you are here. At our headquarters, we share a … Continue reading 2018 Annual General Meeting of The Snoop and Love Community Foundation

How to Help Sick and Injured Wildlife: Small Mammals

  Here are some helpful tips for encountering injured wildlife. Did you know there are over 2800 small mammal species? Rabbits, mice, and squirrels are just a few of the smaller wildlife you may encounter. Out for a walk, you come across injured wildlife. What do you do? First, determine if the animal is actually injured or sick. If the animal has … Continue reading How to Help Sick and Injured Wildlife: Small Mammals