• Junco

    Releases Recovered Wildlife

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    Provides Food & Shelter

  • Junco

    Offers Outreach & Education

  • Snowy Owl

    Rehabilitates Wildlife

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    Provides Medical Treatment

Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society

The Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society (CWRS) is dedicated to treating injured and orphaned wildlife, providing valuable outreach and education services to the community and engaging all volunteers in motivational work and skill building experience.

Found or seen an Injured Animal or Banded Bird?

If you have found or seen a banded bird, please contact CWRS! .

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Featured News & Events

  • Great thanks to Fish Creek School!

    CWRS would like to thank the students and staff at Fish Creek School for raising money and collecting donations for CWRS in May. It is greatly appreciated and will all go to good use!
    Photo Credit: Michelle Hart

  • Wildlife Rescue Profile: Goslings, Squirrel and a Porcupine

    Thanks to Paul and Ron at Shaw for putting together this Wildlife Rescue Profile featuring goslings, squirrels and a porcupine all being rehabilitated at the center right now!

  • Birch, the beaver, in the news!

    It’s been almost a year since the YYC floods and we are very excited to be getting ready to release the two orphaned beavers, Aspen and Birch, who were separated from their families in the torrent of water. This week, Birch, who will be released first, was featured in the media multiple times.
    Link to the Calgary Herald Article
    Link to CTV Article
    Link to the Global Story

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