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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.
The worst winter in 100 years buries the rehab in snow. Hope's team digs in to help birds and bobcats struggling to survive the brutal winter.
A hare in a snare needs Hope's help. Chelsea hits the road to rescue a litter of orphaned foxes, and an injured bobcat is rushed to Dr. Barry's for medical attention.
When there's only one animal of a species, Hope's team must take special care. The youngest porcupine Hope has ever seen arrives at the rehab, and a volunteer rescues a seal stranded in a neighbouring province.
Silver the seal has a mysterious illness, and Kayla finds a surprise in an attic full of baby raccoons. A former volunteer makes her debut as a veterinarian.
Deer season is slow to start, then floods the rehab with fawns.Two police officers rescue a fawn after its mother was hit by a car.
A fisherman's illegal catch provides a feast for Hope's patients.Hope's team round up five feisty bobcats and return them to the wild.
A fawn survives a snare and a bobcat attack - can Hope's team save it?A bobcat kitten winds up on Hope's doorstep, and an old friend returns to the rehab to help in Hope's hour of need.
Dr. Barry helps two fleet fliers with wing injuries: a peregrine falcon and a goshawk.The bird nursery fills to the rafters with hungry babies needing round-the-clock care.
Hope's annual open house is more popular than ever, and the whole team scrambles to get everything ready. An injured bobcat is rushed in for emergency medical attention.
Hope tries to make two orphaned bobcats into playmates, and 100 patients are ready for release after months of waiting. A rare bird makes a brief stopover at Hope For Wildlife.
Change sweeps through Hope for Wildlife as the rehab centre moves into the new facility. Hope has more white-tailed deer than any previous year.
Injured and orphaned animals keep Hope busy from the first big snowfall right through to the spring thaw. Valentine's Day brings romance and rescues to the rehab.
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