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Current Status of White Nose Syndrome in Ontario (as of March 31, 2010)

White nose syndrome has been confirmed at seven sites: in the Bancroft-Minden area, Kirkland Lake, Flesherton, Faraday, near Belleville, and two in Renfrew County.  The ministry will update this information as surveillance results become available.

Ministry staff are working with the Canadian Cooperative Wildlife Health Centre to monitor sites where bats hibernate. This work will continue until most bats leave these sites in May....
Urgent Requests Blankets for dogs
Received Jan 4/08
Harlan Dogs needing rescue - Received Dec 30/07    
Brochures Injured/Orphaned Wildlife
(courtesy of Paul Harris)
Guide to Assisting Wildlife Babies I found a baby animal  
Courtesy of CAHT
Cdn. Assoc. for Humane Trapping Do you have a raccoon problem? Do you have a coyote problem? Do you have a skunk problem?
Wildlife Conflicts Do you have a fox problem? Do you have a squirrel problem?  
Organizations National Wildlife Rehabilitation Assoc. Ontario Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Network Canadian Wildlife Federation Wildlife International
Contacts Ronda DeVold's directory MPs MPPs Contact Us
Ministry Ministry of Natural Resources MNR - Who Can Rehab?  MNR - EBR MNR - EBR - VWC Response
MNR-Fish/Wildlife - Part I MNR-Fish/Wildlife - Part II (Fines) Rabies  
Mini-Bio's Mini-Bio - Carol Clarke Mini-Bio - Laurel Beechey    
Misc Home About Us Related Links FAQ
General Information Stories
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Photo Gallery  
Training Training National Wildlife Rehabilitation Association - 2008 Symposium NWRA Minimum Standards AWC - South West Region
Critters Skunks - Part I Skunks - Part II    
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