Come Grow With Us
Leave the legacy of a tree planted in your name that will grow with our facility. Medicine River Wildlife Centre's…
Little and Helpless
Or are they? Little, yes. Helpless, NO! Young hares (White-tailed Jackrabbits and Snowshoe Hares) are born fully haired, eyes open…
Otis the Owl
Otis the Great Horned Owl is well known in Central Alberta and has acted as MRWC's education owl since 2003.
Medicine River Wildlife Centre's education programs aim to offer information to the public, which will in turn give them the power to make informed choices to help our environment.
Nearly all patients admitted to MRWC's hospital have been injured by human activities such as vehicles, power lines, barbed wire, windows, domestic cats and litter. 60% will be rehabilitated and released back into appropriate habitats.
Welcoming thousands of tourists on our trails and in the education centre each year, "Eco" tourism is an exciting way to bring the world together and make it a kinder place.
The Medicine River Wildlife Centre is a registered charity and receives no regular, ongoing, operational government or corporate funding. The Centre continues to exist only with community support... your support.
Video of the Week
Orphaned fawn fostered to wild doe
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What's New at the Wildlife Centre
- MRWC News
Thank You to Donors!
Thanks so much to everyone who has supplied the Centre with a long list of equipment necessary to run the operation.
Two little stowaways hitched a ride on a van to Caroline from Limestone Mountain, unbeknownst to the driver.
Fostering Research Project
Medicine River Wildlife Centre's "fostering wild orphans to wild families" project now has 3 years of research into the feasibility of putting weaned aged coyote pups into a wild den.