Allan Brooks Nature Centre (ABNC)
The Society for the Preservation of Kalamalka Lake (SPrKL)
North Okanagan Parks and Natural Area Trust (NOPNAT)
Okanagan Conservation Planning (OKCP)
Friends of Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park (FKLPP)
Southern Interior Bluebird Trail Society (SIBTS)
BC Nature, the Federation of BC Naturalists
Young Naturalists’ Club of British Columbia
Reptiles of British Columbia
Grasslands Conservation Council of B.C.
Invasive Species Council of British Columbia
Species at Risk - British Columbia
Invasive Eastern Grey Squirrels in the Thompson-Okanagan
Bird Studies Canada
Beginner’s Guide to Bird Watching, by HomeAdvisor
INJURED OR “ORPHANED” WILDLIFE
1. Call SORCO, the South Okanagan Rehab Centre for Owls, if you find ANY injured Owl, Eagle, Hawk, Falcon, Vulture or Osprey
The South Okanagan
Rehab Centre for Owls
PO Box 1166
p: 250 498 4251
NOTE: SORCO covers the South Okanagan and not normally cover the Vernon area.
2. The BC Wildlife Park's Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is specialized as a facility dedicated to mammals, birds of prey, amphibians, reptiles and endangered species.
Ph: (250) 573-3242 ext. 0
You will need to take the animal to the BC Wildlife Park, 9077 Dallas Drive, Kamloops. The BC Wildlife Park is on the Trans Canada Highway, 15 minutes east of Kamloops city centre.
Injured or "orphaned" wildlife and aren't too sure what to do?
go to this website page