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Salmonier Nature Park

Frequently Asked Questions - Injured/Orphaned Animals

  1. Who should I contact regarding injured wildlife, abandoned or orphaned animals, etc?
  2. To whom should I report moose/vehicle accidents?

 

1. Who should I contact regarding injured wildlife, abandoned or orphaned animals, etc?

Any wildlife-related problems should be reported to your local Conservation Officer, who in turn, will refer it to us, if necessary. Contact numbers for local offices are as follows:

Eastern Newfoundland

Bay D-Espoir: (709) 882-2200
Bishop's Falls: (709) 258-5334
Clarenville: (709) 466-7439
Gambo: (709) 674-4625
Gander: (709) 256-1464
Lewisporte: (709) 535-2706
Paddy's Pond: (709) 729-4180

Labrador

Cartwright: (709) 938-7222
Happy Valley-Goose Bay: (709) 896-9377
Northwest River: (709) 497-8479
Port Hope-Simpson: (709) 960-0400
Red Bay: (709) 920-2004
Wabush: (709) 282-2052

Western Newfoundland

Corner Brook: (709) 637-2922
Millertown: (709) 852-4271
Pasadena: (709) 686-2071
Port Saunders: (709) 861-3502
Roddickton: (709) 457-2300
Springdale: (709) 673-3831
Sop's Arm: (709) 482-2325
St. George's: (709) 886-2790
Woody Point: (709) 453-2215

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2. To whom should I report moose/vehicle accidents?

Moose/vehicle accidents should be reported to the local RCMP and if the moose involved has been injured/killed, you should immediately contact your local wildlife office.

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