It’s time for our next evolution.
Update: NWC Field Hospital is going up – Foundation is in!
Thank you to J&M Masonry for their amazing work!
The Climb for NWC!
During the last week of November, National Wildlife Centre (NWC) Board Member/Education Director, Stephen Helston will be travelling to Nepal to do some educational leadership work in Kathmandu. During this trip, Steve will be trekking to reach the summit of Ama Yangri, a mountain in the Helambu Region. In an effort to raise money for the NWC Field Hospital, Steve’s goal is to raise $3771 in donations. This amount is the same height in metres as the mountain (3,771 m or 12,372 ft) AND he has generously agreed to match this donation (up to $5,000). Please help us build our Field Hospital by sponsoring Steve in this quest. We will be posting pictures/videos of his climb on this page.
We Need Your Help!
Our mobile wildlife service has helped thousands of wild animals, since our inception in 2014, from moose to mice and turtles to trumpeter swans. Phase 1 of Project Evolution is our next step and we are moving ahead this summer, thanks to your generous support!
Located on our 100 acre property, Phase 1, also known as our Wildlife Field Hospital will allow us to immediately service sick, injured and orphaned animals on site!
The facility will include clinical space for treatment and surgery of our local wildlife and we will be open to the public! This is the first step toward serving the Caledon region and surrounding communities, such as Brampton, Orangeville, Caledon, Guelph and the GTAH, as well as providing surgical services to support wildlife rehabilitators from across Ontario. We are projected to help over 5,000 sick, injured, or orphaned wild animals annually.
You Can Help! Do you know anyone who can support us with construction and/or materials? We are in need of donations, monetary or in-kind, to build the interior. Email us email@example.com
Thank you from the Team at The National Wildlife Centre!
We have accomplished great things since 2014. It is time for our next evolution – growth and permanency. Our Project Evolution will see the construction of a new state-of-the-art 26,000 square foot facility in Caledon, Ontario that will serve as our national headquarters, is projected to help over 5,000 sick, injured, or orphaned wild animals annually, and will act as a hub of new discovery and dissemination of knowledge in support of the next generation of wildlife specialists across Canada.
We have purchased 100 acres in Caledon, Ontario to build a new wildlife centre that will train more professionals and treat more animals on a national level.
The project will consist of two phases:
Phase 1 – Building a wildlife field hospital to immediately service injured, sick or orphaned animals. The facility will be mostly clinical space and open to the public allowing NWC to service the Caledon region and surrounding communities such as Brampton, Bolton, Orangeville, Caledon, and Guelph, as well as surgical space to support wildlife rehabilitators from across Ontario.
Phase 2 – Building a Centre of Excellence, a new state-of-the-art 26,000 square foot facility. The Centre will serve as our national headquarters, clinical unit, and training hub of new discovery and dissemination of knowledge in support of the next generation of wildlife specialists across Canada.
We are currently raising funds to complete the first phase of the project to begin in 2023.
Rendering of phase 2 state-of-the-art facility.
An Evening for Wildlife
May 28 2020
Purchase a table for $200 and enjoy an evening of dinner, drinks and presentations by Roberta Bondar, Charlie, and Jamie.
The Royal Ambassador / Caledon, Ontario