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National Wildlife CentrePO Box 192, Caledon East, ON L7C 3L9

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Wildlife Hospital-Day time 2
Fall 2020

Project Evolution

Help us build our permanent home.
In six years, we’ve accomplished great things. It’s time for our next evolution: growth and permanency. Let’s break ground together! We have purchased 100 acres in Caledon, Ontario to build a new wildlife hospital, with the goal of training more professionals and treating more animals.

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$1.2M Raised
$5M Goal

Our Work

Since 2014, The NWC has cared for more than 5,000 native wild animals, and more than 200 species, including threatened and endangered ones. We have recently expanded and now provide medical care to sick and injured wildlife through a partnership with Hope for Wildlife (HFW) in Seaforth, NS. We organize our work around four crucial areas, currently by connecting the public to the appropriate wildlife responder or rehabilitator with future plans to bring wildlife experts, enthusiasts and the public together to support Canadian wildlife.

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Our Mission

Helping you preserve Canada's wildlife.

Our Mission is to bring Canada’s wildlife community together. The Centre, a national hub in-the-making, will provide scientists, rehabilitators, students, and volunteers the best wildlife assessment, diagnostics, treatment, and care for animals using national standards of medical excellence; it will educate the public on how best to co-habit with urban wildlife; and will offer training on emergency prevention and preparedness for wildlife responders.

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Our Stories

Dr. Sherri Cox

This little squirrel had a fractured femur (the big leg bone). Our doctors put in a surgical pin to repair the fracture. He’s doing great and is expected…

Dr. Sherri Cox
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