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Here's what to do if you find a bat in your patio umbrella

Here's what to do if you find a bat in your patio umbrella

Young bats born in June, are learning how to fly before moving out of their roosts later in the summer
Dr. Bonnie Herring: Newly-rescued Vancouver seal pup named for B.C.'s top doc (PHOTOS)

Dr. Bonnie Herring: Newly-rescued Vancouver seal pup named for B.C.'s top doc (PHOTOS)

Dr. Henry is getting the 'seal' of approval from the Marine Mammal Rescue Centre
Dog rescued from B.C. cave three months after going missing

Dog rescued from B.C. cave three months after going missing

Stella was lost while on a hike with her owner back in early May
Swimmer has close encounter with pod of orca whales off West Vancouver (VIDEO)

Swimmer has close encounter with pod of orca whales off West Vancouver (VIDEO)

“Oh wow, orcas. Amazing!”
Don’t confuse these largely harmless insects with the ‘murder hornet’

Don’t confuse these largely harmless insects with the ‘murder hornet’

Some perfectly harmless — though somewhat menacing-looking — insects are being mistaken for the Asian giant hornet
Neglected pets seized from Metro Vancouver home were abandoned at start of pandemic

Neglected pets seized from Metro Vancouver home were abandoned at start of pandemic

Ten animals were taken away from a Richmond home after a “horrific” case of animal neglect
North Vancouver black bear reportedly put down after becoming habituated to humans

North Vancouver black bear reportedly put down after becoming habituated to humans

People allowed the bear, known as Huckleberry, to access food sources like garbage for a video, according to the North Shore Black Bear Society
B.C. author releases book to help 'world's most trafficked mammal'

B.C. author releases book to help 'world's most trafficked mammal'

Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Terri Tatchell will release 'Adventures of a Pangopop' on National Wildlife Day
Rare albino crow rescued in North Vancouver

Rare albino crow rescued in North Vancouver

The bird is recovering at a Burnaby wildlife rehabilitation centre
B.C. home to 105 uniquely Canadian species vulnerable to extinction

B.C. home to 105 uniquely Canadian species vulnerable to extinction

There are 308 species of mammals, plants and invertebrates that are found only within Canada, and most are in danger of disappearing forever