Wild Babies! Raising Orphaned Animals at TWC & Keeping Families Together in the Wild

Jul 14, 2022

Wednesday, April 6, 2022 – Time: 10:00 a.m.
presenter: Victoria Badham, Education and Outreach Manager, TWC
host: Cheryl Paige, Convener
This presentation was the third and final of a three-part series that is part of the focus of our District 23 North York Community Grant Project in 2021-2022. It describes Backyard Biodiversity and how we can support wildlife babies.
For more information on this project, click here.
Video Recording

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Slide Deck

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About TWC:

Toronto Wildlife Centre promotes the peaceful coexistence of people and wildlife by providing education and expert advice to the public about wildlife situations, and providing medical and rehabilitative care to sick, injured and orphaned wild animals with the goal of releasing healthy animals back into the wild.

Victoria Badham: Education and Outreach Manager

Victoria joined TWC’s Wildlife Hotline team in 2011 after completing her undergraduate degree in Environmental Policy and Urban Studies at the University of Toronto. Responding to thousands of hotline calls – from wildlife emergencies to requests for general wildlife information – increased her awareness of the vast issues affecting urban wildlife, as well as commonly held misconceptions about various wild species, and the urgent need for broader public education. She now holds a Master of Education from the University of Toronto and manages TWC’s hotline, education and outreach programs. She aims to inspire children, youth and adults alike to respect and connect with nature and the amazing wild species with whom we share our neighbourhoods.