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Errington

North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre

251 Reviews

North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre

251 Reviews
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1240 Leffler Road, Errington, British Columbia V0R 1V0 Canada
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Historical & Heritage Tours
Victoria Guided Food and History Tour
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Eat and drink your way through historic Victoria on a gourmet walking tour that explores the city’s key sites. From Victoria Public Market to the Parliament Buildings, make stops to sample craft beer, chocolate, cheese, tea, and other local treats. It’s a delicious way to combine sightseeing with Victoria’s most delicious flavors, with both morning and afternoon departures available.
$48.89 per adult
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Very cool experience. Was nice to see animals up close. Got to see 2 owls right in volunteer hand. Very good work they do taking care of hurt injured animals.
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Great to know that this facility is on the island and taking care of special animals with such love. The spacious grounds are pleasant to walk through. A great spot for education. Thank you
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The atmosphere here is very relaxed and respectful. You are free to wander the grounds at your leisure to observe the birds, the bears, the ducks, the turkeys. There are lovely garden areas. A few open spaces ideal to let little kids run around in and burn off steam. I would
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Only came across this place when driving back from Coombs - keep following the signs and you wont be disappointed! We took a couple hours to check this place out. More than just being a 'zoo' type environment, there is SO much to see here, and so many things to learn and
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This is mainly a place for injured animals but it's a gem of a place to visit. It's great for all ages and there's plenty to see and do. The volunteers do an amazing job and they have a wealth of information about the resident wild life. We saw injured owls, bald eagles, black
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