Since 1979 more than 135,000 animals have been treated by Wildlife Rescue.
Thanks to the support of individuals like you, Wildlife Rescue can provide a lifeline for animals in distress.
Thanks to your incredible support, the Medical Treatment Centre has been successfully completed and is fully operational!
The new Medical Treatment Centre was an urgently needed conversion of an existing building at Wildlife Rescue when heavy snowfall and rain damaged a 30-year-old hospital building on site.
Your generous response enabled the construction of the Medical Treatment Centre to be completed just a few months before COVID-19. Thank you for making this project a reality!
Please continue reading below the photos for all the positive impacts for animal patients.
After Renovations Completed
Before: Food Storage Shed
Impact of Your Support
The most important benefit of this new treatment centre has been the uninterrupted care of wildlife patients at a time when the hospital continues to see rapid growth in animal admissions.
As the primary medical suite for patients, the new Treatment Centre has facilitated a number of crucial improvements:
With the conversion of this building to a Medical Treatment Centre, the previous exam area has been converted into two spaces – one as an isolation room for bats, the other for animal recovery after the initial exam and injury treatment.
Improved Safety and Access
Safety has improved in three key areas:
With gratitude, we want to thank you for helping meet the needs of both communities and wildlife. Wildlife Rescue has made other animal care facility improvements! Read the full update here!
If you would like to learn more about the work of Wildlife Rescue, you can view our 2020 Annual Report here