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Welcome! Vancouver wildlife refuge joins Species360

Research, education, and conservation center Grouse Mountain Refuge for Endangered Wildlife provides a safe and secure sanctuary for rescued wildlife.

One species of hummingbird, the Anna’s Hummingbird, winters in the Vancouver, B.C. Wildlife region. Grouse Mountain conducts bird monitoring programs on the mountain.

Our newest Species360 member is the Grouse Mountain Refuge for Endangered Wildlife in Canada, a research, education and conservation center located just 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver. At an elevation of 4,000 feet, Grouse Mountain rescues and rehabilitates wildlife, including orphaned grizzly bear cubs, and monitors populations of birds and other species in the area.

Many of Canada’s leading zoos, aquariums, and wildlife institutions contribute critical animal care and wildlife conservation insight as part of global non-profit Species360. In all, more than 1,200 wildlife institutions in 99 countries curate and share animal data using Species360 Zoological Information Management System (ZIMS).

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