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Hope for Wildlife is a unique wildlife rehab center on Canada's east coast. Hope Swinimer and her team rescue, rehabilitate and release more than one thousand injured and orphaned animals each year. This documentary series captures the devotion of veterinarians, volunteers and staff struggling to save every animal they can.
Hope is taking on more animals and more responsibilities than ever. But there are concerns about Hope's own health. This time she's the patient.
An old patient gets a second chance on life. Doctor Barry struggles to save a pregnant porcupine. And Hope goes to hospital for surgery.
As more and more orphans flood the rehab, Hope revisits the case of two long-term patients. Tough choices must be made. A unique creature finds a new home on the rehab.
The annual flood of fawns sweeps the rehab. Dr Barry gives sweet relief to a pigeon's personal problem. And an animal stuck in an automobile has Hope rolling up her sleeves and getting greasy.
The rehab staff is thrilled to release six young ravens – but horrified when they are immediately attacked. Two tiny orphans fight for their lives. And six stinky skunks steal the staff's hearts.
An eagle falls out of the nest and into the middle of military maneuvers. There's more trouble for Hope's fawns. And Tiffany takes on an attic-full of songbirds.
An old volunteer comes back. Hope rescues an endangered orphan. And when all seems lost for one patient – there's a miracle on the half shell.
Someone's taken aim at a bald eagle – it needs Hope's help. A small, but potentially lethal patient has Hope and the team on their toes.
The hunt is on for a coyote who doesn't turn out to be what people think he is. Hope needs to find a new home for the ravens – who've worn out their welcome at the rehab.
Allison brings her work home with her and feathers fly at her wedding. While Hope and Allison are away, half a dozen orphans make a break for it.
Hope's Open House is bigger and better than ever. But more people means more challenges. The volunteers are scrambling to get everything in order.
Never-before-seen scenes and stories from two years of Hope's greatest stories!
A huge storm blows an unusual patient off-course and straight into Hope for Wildlife. Not even international boundaries can keep Hope from returning him to his home.
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