Archive for bird-rescue

Bald Eagles

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  MARS Moment 2009 by Sandy Fairfield, MARS Education Coordinator Along our misty shores Bald Eagles never fail to inspire us with awe as they soar overhead piercing the silence with their shrill screams. For thousands of years Eagles have been revered by different cultures as symbols of power, strength and courage, surviving climate changes and as recently as 1962, bounty…

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Ducklings

ducklings

MARS Moments June 2011 by Sandy Fairfield, MARS Education Coordinator “If you love them, leave them alone.” Each year MARS repeats this message during “Baby Wildlife Season” in hopes that we can reinforce the importance of leaving wildlife to be nurtured by their parents. Fluffy yellow ducklings are one of the many species that seem to be irresistible and prone to human…

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Brown Pelican Found on Vancouver Island – Starving and Injured

Published December 9, 2012 by CTV News BC CTV British Columbia Pelican Video Wildlife experts are concerned after a brown pelican was rescued on Vancouver Island because the warm weather bird’s chances of survival drop as temperatures drop.

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Rare Rescue Mission Underway in Comox Valley

Published December 10, 2012 by CTV News Vancouver Island CTV News’, Scott Cunningham, interviewed Maj and Reg about the Brown Pelican, Tuffy, and the various Snowy Owls rescued in the winter of 2012

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Campbell River Couple Rescues Two Bald Eagles

Photo courtesy of Ed Ivanisko

Published December 30, 2012 by CTV Vancouver Island Coverage of an amazing rescue on December 3, 2012. For more on the eagles and our involvement please see our YouTube video:

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Campbell River Eagle Rescue

Photo courtesy of Ed Ivanisko

Published December 30, 2012 by CHEK TV   More coverage of the two eagles rescued December 3, 2012 from Campbell River. Please click photo to view video.

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