The Ontario public has always had a fascination with wildlife in the province. The diverse species of wildlife in Ontario has an interesting story to tell. Ontario Wildlife Rescue has started a free weekly column for publications in the province. The column features different native animals and stories about wildlife rescue in Ontario. It is about 600 words long and comes with a related picture. It is written by professional journalists who have donated their time to help educate the public on wildlife in the province.
About Ontario Wildlife Rescue
Ontario Wildlife Rescue works with about 50 wildlife centres who take in injured and orphaned wild animals rehabilitate them and release them back into the wilds. They are licensed by The Ministry of Natural Resources. They receive no funding from any level of government. Most are run by volunteers and are completely depend on the public for support.