Fur & Feathers Adoption Program

Looking for a thoughtful, unique, and beneficial gift for an animal lover?

Wildlife Rescue’s Fur & Feathers adoption program is a tangible way to help one of the thousands of animals that require immediate assistance every year. Caring for wild animals is expensive; a single patient costs around $220 to care for! This cost includes natural, protein-rich foods, enrichment, heating pads and incubators, medications, supplements, expert care and health monitoring.

Your symbolic adoption gives the gift of life, providing care from dawn to dusk to animals in need.

With a few simple steps, you will be able to generate an Adoption Certificate for yourself or a wildlife enthusiast in your life. Please pick the wildlife of your choice and fill in the online payment form. We will email you a confirmation with a link to generate your certificate. Once you are satisfied with your Adoption Certificate you can download and share it digitally or print and mail it to a loved one!

Each adoption includes:
  • An Adoption certificate (Preview)
  • Species information
  • Charitable tax receipt


Choose an animal to adopt below!

Anna's Hummingbird

$35

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Anna’s Hummingbirds are beautiful flying gems with their iridescent emerald feathers and sparkling rose pink throats.

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Great Blue Heron

$100

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Great Blue Herons are a majestic sight to see with their long legs, sinuous neck, and thick, daggerlike bill.

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American Robin

$50

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This quintessential early bird can commonly be found foraging for worms on lawns and heard singing their cheery song.

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Seasonal Certificates


Available for only a LIMITED TIME

Northern Saw-whet Owl

$75

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Although one of the most common owls in forests in North America, these highly nocturnal birds are seldom seen.

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Bats

$50

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There are 16 known species of bat native to BC. Sadly, over half of them are considered species at risk.

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Bufflehead

$50

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A diminutive duck that spends winters bobbing in bays, estuaries, and lakes, diving for aquatic invertebrates.

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Pileated Woodpecker

$35

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The Pileated Woodpecker is one of the largest, most striking forest birds on the continent.

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Common Questions

Q: Can I volunteer?

A: Absolutely! Please visit this page for information on how to get involved.

Q: I've found an animal. What can I do?

A: Please visit this page for more information.