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Have you ever been dive-bombed by a crow?

The sudden onset of crows swooping and dive-bombing of unsuspecting people can seem like a bird battle-cry, but it just means the start of nesting season! That means it’s time to be on the lookout for dive-bombing by anxious crow parents protecting their young. Learn why this happens and what you can do.

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Sharks are jaw-some!

With World Oceans Day coming up on June 8, now is the perfect time to shine a spotlight on one of the most feared and misunderstood creatures in our waters: sharks. Are they really the mindless predators we make them out to be? Find out the truth behind some common shark myths.

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Northern flicker gets into a “sticky” situation

This beautiful northern flicker has been through a terrible ordeal. Not only did he find himself stuck to a glue trap making his gorgeous feathers horribly sticky, but when he finally managed to rip himself free from the trap, he was caught by a free roaming outdoor cat. He will need a lot of help to get back on his wings.

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Spring 2019 Science & Policy newsletter

The BC SPCA’s bi-annual Science & Policy newsletter provides updates on BC SPCA science and academic initiatives, animal policy, legislation and current events.

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Tips for living with
wild neighbours

Whether it’s raccoons, squirrels, rats, geese or skunks, we’ve got you covered! Check out our best practices sheets for conflicts with wildlife, or contact an AnimalKind company.

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Kids go wild for BC SPCA summer camps!

Searching for summer activities for your kids or grandkids? Look no further! Registration is now open for BC SPCA summer camps across the province.


What to do if you find a lone deer fawn

Every year, well-meaning people kidnap perfectly healthy baby deer thinking they are abandoned. Don’t be a fawn-napper! Find out what to do if you find a baby deer.

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