Spring is coming any day now! Please DO rescue any birds that may have hit a window — you can usually tell because they’ll be hunched over and have their eyes closed. But before rescuing that “injured” bird on your lawn, please first make sure it isn’t a fledgling learning to fly. If you’re not sure, email us a photo.
Safe Wings received an unexpected gift one recent evening: six absolutely adorable little Black-capped Chickadees. The four visible here could already fly quite well, one was just getting started, and the last one... READ MORE
This new viewing platform is a focal point of the Tay River Trail at 99 Christie Lake Rd., just outside Perth. The recreational facility, a project of the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority, Lanark County Council of Family and Friends, and... READ MORE
It’s that time of year when we get calls about nesting ducks. One Mallard nesting in a very small planter downtown needed our attention because well-meaning people had been leaving containers of food... READ MORE
This diary-style post describes a couple of recent rescues, and was written by Safe Wings Ottawa volunteer Ellen Jakubowski. 28 April, 2017 7:00 am I set off on my regular patrol... READ MORE