Order Today! 2018 Wildlife Rescue Calendar

The 2018 This Is Wild calendar is now available! Purchase yours online by scrolling down and entering in your information below. This year's calendar features wonderful photography by local photographer - and Wildlife Rescue volunteer - Paul Steeves. Paul has... More Details

Rescue, Rehabilitation, and Release: Canada Goose

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RU0qAzPyVLw&feature=youtu.be Welcome to the first edition of Wildlife Rescue's newly minted triple-R series, which stands for Rescue, Rehabilitation and Release. This series focuses solely on "complete" stories of a wild animal's time with us. In each post you'll get to... More Details

Wildlife Rescue Benefit Concert

The YVR POP CHOIR is putting on a benefit concert for Wildlife Rescue! The concert will be December 2  at 7PM inside of the Woodward's building at the atrium. The 60-singer strong choir, which formed in 2016, will be singing... More Details

Bullock’s Oriole: From Nearly Frozen to Death to Living a New Life in the West

The Bullock's oriole, which came from our friends at the Ottawa Valley Wild Bird Care Centre last week, was officially released Tuesday morning! The weather couldn't have been better. It was a beautiful, sunshiny day in Port Coquitlam, where the... More Details

Thank You For Caring

Hello, Wildlife Champion! If you're reading this it means you've once taken the first step towards helping injured, orphaned and pollution-damaged wildlife in B.C. It's because of you wildlife in Metro Vancouver are able to get a second chance at... More Details

How-to: Prevent Cat Attacks on Wildlife

The spring and summer is one of the busiest times of year for newborn wildlife, but unfortunately outdoor cats too often cause these creatures their chance at life. Wildlife Rescue has already taken in several injured animals this year due... More Details

Struggle and Growth: Great Blue Herons

Wildlife Rescue is currently housing, feeding, and helping grow not one or two, but five Great Blue Herons on site. These large wading birds, affectionately referred to as the “Muppet babies” by our Wildlife Technicians, all came to us except... More Details

A Raven’s Story

Two months ago, in early April, 2017, a raven was found near Ambleside Park in West Vancouver. It was grounded, lethargic and bleeding outside of a Starbucks. One concerned citizen called into Wildlife Rescue where a team was sent out... More Details

How-to: Tell if a Fledgling Crow Needs Help

Metro Vancouver's Northwestern Crow population is going through its yearly fledgling process where these young birds are learning how to fly and self-feed in the span of a couple weeks. While it's a perfectly normal process for these fledglings to... More Details

Thank You for Helping Us!

In less than a week you made an incredible thing happen – you helped raise $50,000 to help support Wildlife Rescue and its care of baby birds and animals! These funds are being put to great use and are directly... More Details
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