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Prince Rupert Wildlife Rehab Shelter

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Released a few birds.

Just an amazing job these elders are doing. With such zest for life in their 80-90’s. We only wish... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Charrine L
My wife and I have dropped off food here several times

The owners are a retired couple who have given selflessly of their time and resources to help... read more

Reviewed March 29, 2014
ElevatorAl
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Prince Rupert, Canada
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5 weeks ago
“Released a few birds.”
Mar 29, 2014
“My wife and I have dropped off food here several times”
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Just an amazing job these elders are doing. With such zest for life in their 80-90’s. We only wish we could do more to help them out. They let us help to release 4 birds: 2 seagulls, 1 raven and 1 young Eagle. An Anniversary...More

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Reviewed March 29, 2014

The owners are a retired couple who have given selflessly of their time and resources to help injured animals and birds re-enter the wild. I brought a bird in that had been hit by a car, but unfortunately my bird died. . .If you are...More

2  Thank ElevatorAl
Reviewed April 16, 2013

The Golinias have been taking care of the shelter for more than 20 years, with the help of a few volunteers (with all kind of skills) they've dedicated their lives to the animals.All my respect to these people, they are very passionate about what they're...More

4  Thank NG_Travel
Reviewed March 3, 2013

I have been to the Wildlifer Rehab Shelter, but it isn't open to the public. Currently the owners are not only taking in distressed wild critters, but are also housing ferral cats.

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