Hope For Wildlife III
Hope and her team at the wildlife rehab centre are back for a third fascinating season. On top of her work at home, Hope hits the road to learn more about helping injured and orphaned wildlife. Dr. Barry and Allison travel along as they head to Europe, South America and North America, including BC.
Hope cares for the first two beavers to arrive at the rehab centre and learns the fate of her most famous patient.
Hope and Dr. Barry travel across the continent to learn about rehabilitating bears. Soon, they've got their hands full wrangling five baby black bears. (2 of 13)
The first fawn of the year arrives at the rehab centre, and Hope's worried it might be the last. Two volunteers plan to make rehab a lifelong commitment. (3 of 13)
Hope and Barry discover the secret of rehabilitating seals from the experts at the Vancouver Aquarium. (4 of 13)
Ordinary people find themselves in the middle of wildlife emergencies, and Hope recruits an unlikely wildlife rescuer. (5 of 13)
Allison and Barry try to shampoo a porcupine, and an old patient returns for its release. (6 of 13)
Hope and Allison want to get more experience with pelicans, so they head to southern California. (7 of 13)
Hope wants to learn everything she can from a rehab centre that specializes in birds of prey. She becomes worried when a release goes sideways. (8 of 13)
When Hope and Barry explore wildlife rehab in Southwest Florida, they find themselves face to face with 'gators, tortoises and seabirds. (9 of 13)
In Texas, Hope and Barry discover that not everybody agrees on the best ways to help wildlife. (10 of 13)
Hope and Allison's quest to expand their rehab knowledge takes them to San Diego, California. How do the rehabs there handle huge caseloads and dangerous animals? (11 of 13)
More incredible stories of wildlife rescue and rehabilitation. (12 of 13)
It is Hope's open house and with it brings incredible releases. Hope hears news that will change everything. (13 of 13)