Wild weekend at Critter Care

  - Garrett JAMES/Langley Times
— image credit: Garrett JAMES/Langley Times

Cooper and Sierra learned about fire safety and got souvenir hand stamps to take home when they visited the Critter Care open house on Saturday, July 9.

The south Langley society takes in injured and orphaned wildlife and cares for the animals until they can be returned safely to their natural habitat.

Pictured below:

A baby raccoon peers out of its enclosure; Tessa McCloud holds a young coyote taken in by the shelter, Nevada Buckler rides a pony led by volunteer, Ryleigh.









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