Years Caring for Wildlife
(Due to Avian Influenza, intakes are significantly lower)
About Calgary Wildlife
Calgary Wildlife was established in 1993 to provide professional care for wildlife rehabilitation. Each year we receive 2200+ injured and orphaned wild animals and respond to 10,000+ wildlife-related calls from the public.
How to Help
Calgary Wildlife is a not-for-profit organization that relies on the financial support of caring individuals and businesses to operate. Calgary Wildlife is not a government program and does not receive ongoing government financial support. The cost of providing necessary surgery and rehabilitation for injured wildlife is paid for by your generous, tax-deductible donations
Living with Wildlife
The lives of many citizens of Calgary are enriched daily by these flourishing wildlife populations that help to define the landscape of our city.
The Education program serves to inform the public about our services emphasizing the value of wildlife rehabilitation, address conservation issues, and provide information about native wildlife.