Toronto Wildlife Centre

Toronto Wildlife Centre

www.torontowildlifecentre.com
Toronto, ON / TWC is a wildlife hospital, rehabilitation centre, rescue team, and public education program helping people and wildlife in the Greater Toronto Area and beyond.
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Coyoda says "Cute and wise coyote pup I am. Yes, hmmm "

Coyoda says "Cute and wise coyote pup I am. Yes, hmmm "

Cute surprise! Orphaned baby minks.  What, were you expecting shoes?

What, were you expecting shoes?

So tired.  A sleepy baby coyote hits the sack with a full belly after a handfeeding.

So tired. A sleepy baby coyote hits the sack with a full belly after a handfeeding.

Raw food diet! Adorable baby rabbits snack on their freshly picked greens.

Adorable baby rabbits snack on their freshly picked greens.

Feed me, Seymour! Baby robins gape when hungry (about twice an hour depending on age).

Feed me, Seymour! Baby robins gape when hungry (about twice an hour depending on age).

Handle with thick gloves. Baby porcupines are born with soft quills, but they harden quickly.

Handle with thick gloves. Baby porcupines are born with soft quills, but they harden quickly.

Small change: When these tiny snapping turtles hatched they were about the size of a loonie.

Small change: When these tiny snapping turtles hatched they were about the size of a loonie.

Cute baby red squirrel

Toronto Wildlife Centre: Building a healthy community for people and wildlife through wildlife rescue, rehabilitation, and release

Fluffy mallard ducklings stick together! You can help provide safe enclosures for wild babies symbolically adopting a baby today.   www.torontowildlifecentre.com/adopt-a-baby/

I took this photo of a gaggle of cute and fluffy ducklings at the Toronto Wildlife Centre — they are all trying to get in their dish as if it was some kind of clown car.

Four tiny short-tailed weasels were found orphaned in a parking lot under a van. Sadly only two made it through the night, but they're thriving in foster care. They have a few months ahead of them yet before they'll be ready to start their lives in the wild!

Four tiny short-tailed weasels were found orphaned in a parking lot under a van. Sadly only two made it through the night, but they're thriving in foster care. They have a few months ahead of them yet before they'll be ready to start their lives in the wild!