Henrietta is a peahen (female to a Peacock). We were asked by the Langley Animal Protection Society to take Henrietta into our care after she was found injured and full of lead shot. Henrietta's body is full of lead pellets and she has a permanent limp. Her lead levels are checked regularly through blood tests to ensure they do not reach a toxic level and she receives pain management to help with her conditions. Despite this, Henrietta is an active and friendly bird who experiences a high quality of life.
Thimbleberry came into our care after she was abandoned and moved into a local vineyard. Upon arrival at the Sanctuary, it was discovered that she had significant injuries sustained from a predator attack and one wound was completely full of maggots. After 8 weeks she made a full recovery and currently resides in our garden area with the other peahen, Henrietta.