• 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

  • Baby Snowshoe Hare

    See a Hare, Leave it There!

    As winter comes to a close, we want to send this important reminder: See a baby hare, leave it there! Both Snowshoe and White-tailed Prairie Hares will be having their babies soon. Hares are born fully furred and with their eyes open. They can hop around within hours of birth. It is the strategy of hares to leave their young for long periods of time under bushes and in the grass. This is normal and helps to protect the babies from predators since young hares have no scent. Mother hares return to feed their young as little as twice per day. Baby hares will freeze when threatened, this is a normal response. Most baby hares are not orphaned and will have best chance of survival with their own mothers.

  • Fundraiser through Scentsy

    We are very pleased to be the recipient of an ongoing fundraiser by Christina Berini, of Scentsy, who will be donating 100% of her commissions for the next little while to us. Please check it out!

  • Birch the Beaver

    CWRS in National Geographic Kids

    Check out the February issue of National Geographic Kids´╗┐ to read all about Aspen and Birch, the two feisty beavers that were orphaned in the 2013 YYC floods, rehabilitated at CWRS and released back into the wild last summer!

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