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  • July 2017

    August 01, 2017 | Newsletter

    notes from The Heronry – July Issue

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  • WILDMasque

    July 04, 2017 | Events

    Wear your finest, don your mask and join us for an enchanting and unforgettable evening at the historic Fairmont Hotel Macdonald. Enter the elegant Empire Ballroom, where acclaimed photographer Darcy Evans Photography will capture the mood of the evening with your photograph. Enjoy sumptuous hors d’oeuvre and cocktails while dancing…

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  • June 2017

    June 29, 2017 | Uncategorized

    notes from The Heronry – June Issue  

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  • WILDMasque

    June 01, 2017 | Events

    Wear your finest, don your mask and join us for an enchanting and unforgettable evening at the historic Fairmont Hotel Macdonald. Enter the elegant Empire Ballroom, where acclaimed photographer Darcy Evans Photography will capture the mood of the evening with your photograph. Enjoy sumptuous hors d’oeuvre and cocktails while dancing…

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  • May 2017

    June 01, 2017 | Newsletter

    notes from The Heronry – May Issue

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  • April 2017

    June 01, 2017 | Newsletter

    notes from The Heronry – April Issue

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  • March 2017

    June 01, 2017 | Newsletter

    notes from The Heronry – March Issue

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  • 2016 – A Visual Year in Review

    January 26, 2017 | Blog

    2016 was the busiest year yet for WRSE! We could not have done it without your support. Here are some memories from the past year.

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  • Vermilion Voice: Owl’s therapy in new territory

    March 20, 2016 | Media

    “This is a first,” said the Director of Wildlife at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Society of Edmonton, Kim Blomme, regarding some of the unconventional treatment the great horned owl “Olaf” is receiving. The owl is currently undergoing laser therapy in an attempt to break down scar tissue that has built up…

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  • Edmonton Journal: Baby hares may be cute, but don’t touch

    March 02, 2016 | Media

    If you spot a cute and furry baby hare hunkering down under a bush or resting in a playground, don’t pick it up. Just because it’s alone doesn’t mean it has been abandoned. A cuddle or rescue from a well-intentioned human could put its survival at risk.  Read Article

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