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Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative, Ontario/Nunavut Region

 Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative, Ontario/Nunavut RegionGuelph Protects the health of wildlife and Canadians by applying veterinary medical sciences to wildlife conservation and management, and health issues shared by wildlife, domestic animals and people. Inform ... [More]

Map RecordGuelph Humane Society

Map RecordGuelph Humane SocietyGuelph Programs include: * sheltering and adoption of stray or surrendered animals * helping lost animals return home * wildlife care and assistance * dog / cat licensing * humane education * animal by-law e ... [More]

Map RecordOntario. Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, Guelph District Office

Map RecordOntario. Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, Guelph District OfficeGuelph Manages and protects Ontario’s natural resources to ensure sustainable use, conserve biodiversity and promote healthy ecosystems. * collaborates with environmental organizations, fish and game associa ... [More]

Map RecordUniversity of Guelph, Department of Animal Biosciences, Wild Ontario

Map RecordUniversity of Guelph, Department of Animal Biosciences, Wild OntarioGuelph Expansion and redirection of the Ontario Veterinary College Wild Bird Clinic's outreach programs at the University of Guelph. The education team consists of non-releasable birds of prey whose stories ... [More]

Wildlife Preservation Canada

 Wildlife Preservation CanadaGuelph Scientific field research, public education and community involvement are integrated with various recovery strategies to protect and save species. Recovery practices include: * captive breeding and re ... [More]