Wild Wise Sooke is having a fall volunteer night this Tuesday September 11 at the Sooke Museum @ 7pm.
Everyone is welcome to come learn about what WWS does in our community and see how you can help! From distributing neighbourhood signs to picking apple trees and tending our booth at local events, we want YOU to join our team!
This is a great way after school program for kids, a way for teens to volunteer, and a great opportunity for all to get out and active in our community. There’s always lots to learn about coexisting with wildlife.
Come see how you can help keep the wildlife wild and our community safe!
All ages welcome.
Sam Webb – Community Coordinator
Debbie Read-Urban Wildlife Conflict Specialist
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- Wild Wise Sooke: What happens to animals in the fall? #1 Migration
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Be Bear Wise
- The importance of properly storing garbage: be bear wise!
- Understanding (and avoiding) bear habituation, so no bears have to die
- Wild Wise Sooke: Bears out in Sooke, full force!
- Sooke man chases bear away from the safe side of the window (video)
- Increased bear sightings, what you need to know, and how to keep bears alive
- Bear sightings at Potholes, between parking lots 3 and 2
- How bears communicate (Video)
- A sure sign of spring for residents of Sooke is the return of bears.
- Bear in Area signs emerge from hibernation
- Bear conflicts are on the rise