July 7, 2011 Charity News 0 Comments pwrc What’s up at PWRC? Well, in the last two days, we’ve released 10 mallards, 7 woodducks, 9 eastern cottontails and three grey squirrels. We’re making room for the influx of merlins, American kestrels, red squirrels, and a bald eagle. Tagged: bald eagle , ducklings , kestrels , mallards , merlins , rehabilitated , release , woodducks Related Articles Summer Student Job Posting Posted On May 14, 2016 ~ 0 Comments PWRC is hiring the following position for our rural St. Adolphe site: Title: Wildlife Pre-Release Researcher Start Date: anticipated start date June 4th -9 weeks… Winnipeg Willow Sees Her Shadow Posted On February 2, 2012 ~ 1 Comment Happy Groundhog Day. Well, for PWRC's Willow the woodchuck, it has been a very busy morning. We arrived at CBC radio around 7am for a… Calling All Volunteers! Posted On May 17, 2012 ~ 0 Comments Summertime is an awesome time to work outside with wild animals!! PWRC is calling all volunteers who are interested in volunteering in our education program.… 0 Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This blog is kept spam free by WP-SpamFree.