Choose an animal to adopt below!

Looking for a thoughtful, unique, and beneficial gift for an animal lover?
Wildlife Rescue’s Fur & Feathers wildlife adoption program is a tangible way to help one of the countless real-life animals that come to Wildlife Rescue’s hospital! This holiday season, give a gift that gives life by symbolically adopting a furry or feathered orphan!

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 the online payment form. We will email you a confirmation with a link to generate your certificate. Once you are satisfied with your preview Adoption Certificate you can download and share it digitally with your loved ones or print and mail them away just in time for the holiday season!

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

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Anna's Hummingbird

$35

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Anna’s Hummingbirds may be common along the Pacific Coast, but they are always a treat to see. They have iridescent emerald feathers and rose-pink throats, often referred to as “flying jewelry”.

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Downy Woodpecker

$35

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The Downy Woodpecker is one of the smaller woodpeckers, even joining in flocks of chickadees and nuthatches.

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Common Loon

$35

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Common Loons are a lovely sight on the lake, with their piercing red eyes and black and white feathers.

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Great Blue Heron

$35

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The Great Blue Heron is one of the loveliest birds to catch sight of in the wild, with their distinct stance, motionless and intense.

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Cooper's Hawk

$35

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The Cooper’s Hawk is ranked among the world’s most talented flyers, soaring agilely through cluttered tree canopies.

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Northern Pygmy-Owl

$35

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The Northern Pygmy-Owl may be small in size, but it makes up for this with its talented hunting.

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Douglas Squirrel

$35

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Douglas Squirrels are relatively small, measuring about 30 cm, of which nearly half is their tail.

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Snowshoe Hare

$35

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Snowshoe Hares are found in every province and territory in Canada.

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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?

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