Mountain View Conservation Centre

Out with exotics, in with native species.

Sarah Dubois, the SPCA’s manager of wildlife services, said it’s a better idea to care for local animals who are adapted to B.C.’s climate and environment.

“It’s a reasonable way to try to move forward,” she said. “It’s moving in the right direction.”

Zoocheck Canada spokeswoman Julie Woodyer said she’s “cautiously optimistic.”

But the centre should be careful where it sends its prized animal collection, she cautioned, pointing especially to the hunting dogs and hoof stock such as giraffes and a rhinoceros.

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