News/Events

Calgary, September 14, 2020 – Calgary Wildlife is pleased to announce the appointment of our new Executive Director, Bree Jones, effective September 3, 2020. Bree Jones is joining Calgary Wildlife from Solstice Environmental Management (SEM) where she worked as an Environmental Scientist. Prior to SEM she worked as...

Donating could not be easier when you use Skip the Depot.  They will come and collect your bottles at your home or place of business and then donate the proceeds to Calgary Wildlife!  It's a win-win! Sign up today! https://app.skipthedepot.com/calgarywildlife...

You’re invited to a digital baby shower! Join us online for the month of June to meet the baby patients in Calgary Wildlife's care. Every year we accept thousands of orphaned baby animals and rehabilitate them back into the wild. Given the current circumstances around COVID-19...

The Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society (Calgary Wildlife) is seeking an energetic, professional, individual, with formal training and recent work experience in animal shelter or emergency veterinary practice management,  who is passionate about wildlife and human resource activities to join our Board of Directors as Director...

In a rapidly changing time, Calgary Wildlife is conscious of the need to provide rehabilitative services while also keeping our staff members safe and healthy. As a licensed veterinary facility we adhere to the highest standards of care and want to ensure that all patients...

Calgary wildlife continues to accept patients at our hospital. However due to the COVID-19 threat and the need to keep our staff safe while they are taking care of our wildlife patients we are asking the public to follow our new guidelines for drop...

It's that time of year again. We are starting to collect applications for our summer student program. If you are looking to gain experience working with wildlife before returning to school, this may the opportunity for you! Title: Summer Student – Wildlife Technician Employer Details: Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation...

We are so excited to launch our annual fundraising Eye for the Wild photography contest today! We are looking for your best photographs of native Alberta wildlife in their natural habitats, including both wild and urban environments that showcase the diversity and beauty of our...

We are very excited to have our 2020 calendars available for purchase. This calendar features photos from submissions to our 2019 photo contest as well as fun facts about local wildlife. We are currently taking orders for the calendar which will be $25, shipping included....

Calgary Wildlife has an exciting opportunity for a motivated individual Wildlife technician.  Under the supervision of veterinary and senior wildlife staff, the Wildlife Technician is responsible for providing rehabilitation treatment to injured and orphaned wildlife and assisting in daily operations of the facility. This position...