Critter Care is a wildlife rehabilitation center for sick and injured animals, particularly focused on native BC animals. It is available to do workshops and field trips for students to get a chance to learn about the animals in a more realistic setting.
Ring-tailed Lemur (Lemur catta) Impossible to confuse with any other species, the ring-tailed lemur has a distinctive long and bushy black-and-white-ringed tail. These medium-sized lemurs move quadrupedally and are the most terrestrial of Madagascar's
Boots and Aurora are our female Canadian Lynx. The are sisters, and look exactly alike except that Boots has white toe-tips on her back feet. It's hard to tell them apart in pictures unless I can see their feet! Lynx are very athletic and have huge feet so they can run on top of snow. Their main diet in the wild is snowshoe hare.
Paroedura masobe: Because of their IUCN red list status, species which have often been overlooked in conservation efforts, such as endangered geckos, Paroedura masobe and Uroplatus pietschmanni will be featured more prominently in future plans