Our sanctuary’s values are based on the animals’ best interests, and through our commitment to providing aid with integrity, excellence, dedication, commitment, individualized care, respect, and education.
Rescuing and rehabilitating
Our efforts to save the two newest moose calves are underway. The twins were born by cesarean after we brought their mother in on May 23rd. In the end, because of a broken leg, we could not save their mother. But we now have a chance to rehabilitate these twins. Moose calves require special feeding, formula and care. They are under a heat lamp on the right. Thank you for caring!
Sadly we have an update on the moose calves. The female died a few days before the male. Both died suddenly and we will learn more from a post-mortem. Their deaths are not in vain as we learn even from these sad events. Moose calves are very delicate rehabilitation efforts and we still have two moose calves that we are rehabilitating. Please do donate and visit us if you can this summer.
Our vision is to be a valued provider of wildlife rehabilitation, care, and related public education
To rescue and rehabilitate injured and orphaned native wildlife
To provide quality care that avoids habituation to humans and respects each animal’s need for a safe, healthy, species-appropriate environment while in captivity
To release animals into the wild in a condition that gives them the best possible chance for survival
To provide a permanent home for native species unable to survive in the wild due to human interference
To educate the public about issues surrounding wildlife and wildlife interactions with humans
To work within the established rules and regulations set out by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
Mission To care for injured and orphaned wildlife and, once rehabilitated, return them to their natural environment. For animals requiring permanent care, to provide an environment that satisfies their biological and behavioural needs.