Mother Knows Best

Spring does not only make wild animals more active, but humans also become more active outdoors. This means more human and wildlife contact occurs which makes spring the busiest time of year for wildlife rehabilitators ... continue reading

Food For Thought – Funds for Feeding

Keeping a steady flow of funds for feeding PRWC wildlife can feel like bending over backward at times.  Peace River Wildlife Center (PRWC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit wildlife rehabilitation and education center tucked neatly into ... continue reading

Nesting Season – The Baby Birds Are Alright

Now is the time of year when little featherless baby birds are hatching out of eggs all over the place, sometimes tumbling out of trees and occasionally into trouble. Here at Peace River Wildlife Center, ... continue reading