After nearly 20 years of rehabilitating wildlife, AIWC needs your help more than ever
To continue operations and move to a permanent location, we need to raise $250,000 this year. Every cent counts! Please support AIWC - without your help, we can't help our orphaned and injured wild patients.
If you have found an injured or orphaned wild animal, our experienced staff members will gladly help. A trained volunteer rescue driver may be deployed to transport the animal to our facility.
If you find a hare, leave it there! Many healthy babies are "kidnapped" by well meaning people who believe the animal has been stranded by its parents.
Please call us before handling wildlife! If the animal is orphaned or in distress we will instruct you regarding the safest way to proceed for both you and the animal.
Wildlife in the Classroom
Education programs that emphasize the importance of environmental protection may be the most important investment we can offer Alberta's youth.
AIWC provides fun and interactive classroom presentations for preschool to post-secondary audiences as well as community groups and businesses.
Our programs are flexible and can align with the focus of your group or curriculum. Let us know how we can help you provide exciting experiences for your members or students.
Wildlife Conflict Solutions
Are you experiencing an animal invasion? AIWC may be able to help!
Besides rescuing, rehabilitating, and releasing injured and orphaned wildlife, we provide a service to help property owners with unwanted "wild" house guests, such as squirrels in the attic or skunks under the patio.
We created AIWC Wildlife Conflict Solutions to offer a safe, biology-oriented alternative to traditional pest control methods. Best of all, all fees incurred go to charity!