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.
Featured News & Events
Our latest surgical patient has been released! This female Great Horned Owl came to us with a fractured ulna after being hit by a c-train. Thanks to the great efforts of our staff veterinarian Dr. Owen with assistance from Dr. Miller from Royal Oak Veterinary Clinic, this beauty was able to be on her way. As always we are grateful to our staff and volunteers for their valuable help during her recovery. We wish her luck in the wild!
Photo Credit: Owen Slater
Fox Den in SE Calgary
We have had a number of calls from concerned citizens regarding a fox den in the southeast area of Calgary. The den is very close to a busy road and the mother and her kits are often seen playing on the grass near the road. Rest assured that all city services are aware of this den, and we are keeping a sharp eye on the family to ensure their safety. Please do not approach the den. These foxes will not be relocated; though this seems like a poor den location to us, this fox has used this site for several years successfully. Thanks so much for all of your concerns.
Please click on the link below to read our 2013 spring newsletter!
CWRS Spring Newsletter 2013
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