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Hope for Wildlife returns for season two 

Seaforth NS-shot nature show goes again

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Animal-lovers should tune into Oasis HD (Channel 792 on Eastlink) tomorrow, Tuesday April 5, at 9pm for the second-season kickoff episode of Hope for Wildlife.

The show follows animal-rescuers working for the Hope for Wildlife rehabilitation centre based in Seaforth, NS. It's produced by Halifax‘s own Arcadia Entertainment, and will feature 13 one-hour episodes this season.

Tomorrow’s episode focuses on the annual springtime flood of orphaned birds and mammals. But Hope Swinimer, the team's fearless leader, gets snagged with health issues. Will animals be saved? Probably. The centre rescues, rehabs and releases more than 1,000 injured animals every year. Check out tomorrow’s premiere to see if the trend continues.

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