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Wildlife

HSC Wildlife Guardian Packages

Help support our programs to save animals and the environment by purchasing one of our Wildlife Guardian packages.

 

 

 

Conference on the International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) 2013

citesbanner2For nearly 20 years, the staff of The Humane Society of Canada have actively participated in the administration and enforcement of CITES, an United Nations treaty to which 175 nations, including Canada (which was a founding member) are signatories. CITES stands for the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species and is the most important wildlife treaty in the world.

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The Humane Society of Canada (HSC) Partners with Groupon's G-Team to Help Save Animals

Dear Friend of the Animals,


_G-Team-_-Humane-Society-of-Canada---British-Columbia_grid_6We are excited to announce that The Humane Society is being featured on Groupon.com with a G-Team campaign starting today November 8 until November 11th! Launched in November of 2008, Groupon is a website that features unbeatable daily deals -- 50 to 90% off - on the best local goods, services and cultural events in more than 500 markets and 46 countries worldwide.

 

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Fundraiser for Animals Asia

Animals Asia Event in Toronto, 2011

 

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How Your Donation Has Helped?

great horned owlGreat Horned Owl

When birds are on their way to better feeding grounds, they are often drawn to the city lights of skyscrapers built smack dab in the middle of migratory flight paths which have existed for tens of thousands of years. This little fellow hit a window and fell to earth. Lucky for him, after a veterinary examination, and rest and recuperation, a short time later, at twilight, he was released in a heavily wooded area, and we watched him soar gracefully, hale and hearty, into the heavens.

 

 

 

 

 

 

baby foxRed Fox

Out foraging by herself, this little vixen became separate from her family, and wandered into a nearby suburb, where she was struck a glancing blow by a passing car. Bruised, but fortunately, with nothing broken, her family was located in a field not far away, where within hours she was happlly reunited with her brothers and sisters.