Scroll down to see all of the Sanctuary Residents
Please scroll down to see all the permanent residents. In addition to our rehabilitation work, we also provide long-term care to a variety of North American mammals that cannot be returned to the wild. For these animals, we focus on providing facilities that meet their specific biological and behavioural needs. We do not receive any government funding and our work is sustained through the generosity of the public
Most rehabilitation centres do not have facilities to provide lifetime sanctuary care to a variety of different species in a natural setting. Most of the animals in permanent residence are here as a result of human interference.
Some were kept as illegal pets, others are here because they were injured or orphaned at a young age and became too habituated to humans to be released. Some have medical needs that would make it impossible for them to survive in the wild.
Our permanent residents are maintained in enclosures and habitat that keep them safe and are according to their specific needs. We hope they are happy here, too!
You can support Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary by sponsoring a permanent resident.
Silver the Silver Fox
Old Man Fox
Tippy the Coyote
Jardica the Canadian Lynx
Mama Bear the Black Bear
Lena the Silver Fox
Lexi the Silver Fox
Annie the White Tailed Deer
Jinx the Canadian Lynx
Furley the Black Bear
Zoe the Coyote
Spirit the Arctic Fox
Ella the Moose
Yodi the Coyote
Monty the Bobcat
Wasaayaa the Wolf/Dog Hybrid
Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary: 1116 Crawford Street Rosseau, ON P0C 1J0
What Our Visitors Are Saying:
"Our environment is a legacy to our children. This team works to support Canada's habitats and native animals in so many ways. Thanks for all you do!"
"Amazing people doing great work."
"Overall great experience."
"A really nice walk with mom and dad. I learned how beavers make up the environment."