In his own words

Canadian Wildlife - - BIGGER PICTURE -

Our vol­un­teers work with their hearts as well as their hands. Lives are changed. Our vol­un­teers gain a deeper sense of com­pas­sion, with the re­al­iza­tion that they can make a dif­fer­ence with the an­i­mals we see, and with a much clearer aware­ness of how much dam­age is be­ing done and how each of us can make a dif­fer­ence. We are like a MASH unit — we work hard sav­ing lives with very lim­ited re­sources. We still have plenty of work to do, so we need room to grow: we are in the mid­dle of a $1.2-mil­lion fundrais­ing cam­paign to ac­quire land and build a prop­erly equipped fa­cil­ity that will en­able the public to come learn about the im­por­tant work of wildlife re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion.”

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