Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society


The Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society 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.


Special Statement


Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society’s Official Response to Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI- commonly known as Bird Flu). Find out More ->

Have you found or seen an injured animal or banded bird?

If you have found or seen a banded bird,
please contact Calgary Wildlife.

Before handling a wild animal
call Calgary Wildlife.

Get answers to the most asked
questions on Calgary Wildlife.

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Your donations are used to help injured
or orphaned wildlife and are gratefully received.



Your membership helps to save the lives of injured
and orphaned wild animals.

Featured News & Events

  Thank you for all who participated!  FINALISTS 4th place – Robert Skoye   3rd place – Lilly Hiebert   2nd place – Robert Skoye   1st place – Stuart Rogers   Public Choice – Melissa Brathwaite   HONORABLE MENTIONS    ...

Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society has nearly reached its capacity to take in baby hares just as the busy baby season starts. Calgary Wildlife is currently caring for 35 baby hares that were brought to the wildlife clinic by well-meaning individuals thinking the babies needed help.......

Annual Reports


CWRS 2019 Annual Report – VIEW IT

CWRS 2018 Annual Report – VIEW IT

CWRS 2017 Annual Report – VIEW IT