Upcoming Events

What: Wonderful Waterfowl

When: Sunday, March 26th, 2017 from 1pm to 3pm.

Where: Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation.

The arrival of spring also brings the return of many of Alberta’s waterfowl species. Join us for a presentation on where these waterfowl species are coming from, what draws them to Alberta, and what you can do to help waterfowl in the wild. Following the talk, all attendees will embark on a guided tour of AIWC’s facilities, and view some of the patients currently in care.

Admission: 

$15.00 per person for AIWC members.
$20.00 per person for non-AIWC members.

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What: Baby Boom

When: Sunday, May 28th, 2017 from 1pm to 3pm.

Where: Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation.

The busiest season for AIWC can be boiled down to two words: baby boom. During this month’s Talk and Tour event, we will introduce you to the different kinds of wildlife babies in care, discuss the methods we use to raise them, and what you can do to help wildlife babies in your own backyard.

Admission: 

$15.00 per person for AIWC members.
$20.00 per person for non-AIWC members.

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What: Fact or Fiction?

When: Sunday, July 30th, 2017 from 1pm to 3pm.

Where: Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation.

Are bats actually blind? Do owls only hunt at night? Will a skunk spray immediately? Learn the truth behind these and other animal myths during AIWC’s July talk and tour event. A tour of the facility and the animals in care will follow the presentation.

Admission: 

$15.00 per person for AIWC members.
$20.00 per person for non-AIWC members.

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What: Beautiful Bats

When: Sunday, September 24th, 2017 from 1pm to 3pm.

Where: Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation.

Did you know that Alberta has not one, not two, but nine species of bats that call this province home? Join us for a 1-hour presentation on Alberta’s local bat species, including where they live, how they survive, and what you can do to help bats in your area.

Admission: 

$15.00 per person for AIWC members.
$20.00 per person for non-AIWC members.

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What: Sweet Slumber

When: Sunday, November 5th, 2017 from 1pm to 3pm.

Where: Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation.

AIWC’s November Talk and Tour session focuses on the many different species of wildlife that choose to sleep through the winter. We will discuss what animals can hibernate, how they actually stay alive during hibernation, and what you can do to ensure that hibernating wildlife in your area remains asleep and undisturbed.

Admission: 

$15.00 per person for AIWC members.
$20.00 per person for non-AIWC members.

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Baby big brown bat admitted in summer of 2016. He was successfully released back to the wild.

American Robin, one of over 100 robins admitted to AIWC in 2016.

White-tailed deer fawn, one of three fawns overwintering at AIWC in 2016-2017.