Little and Helpless
Or are they? Little, yes. Helpless, NO! Young hares (White-tailed Jackrabbits and Snowshoe Hares) are born fully haired, eyes open…
GoFundMe - New Flight Enclosure
Medicine River Wildlife Centre receives more than 2000 injured and orphaned wild animals from caring members of the public each…
Otis's Extreme Home Makeover
Have you ever found yourself stopped on the side of the road after hitting an owl with your car? Have…
The interpretive centre is closed for much needed renovations. Fundraising is underway to complete the project. The nature trail remains…
Skunks are those smelly, little, wild neighbours of ours that many people fear. We were pretty cautious of them in…
Empowering people of all ages to make a difference for the environment and the wild animals living within it.
Caring for injured, orphaned, and compromised wild animals with the goal of returning them to appropriate wild habitats.
Our interpretive centre remains closed for renovations. Fundrasing efforts are underway to complete the project. The nature trail is open for hikers, birdwatchers, and picnicers.
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.
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What's New at the Wildlife Centre
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It's Baby Season
Summer hit with a bang this year and baby season kicked in right along with it. Birds and mammals in Alberta only have a short window of time in which to have their young, raise them and get ready for winter so they all seem to come at once.
New Playground Underway
The new “Wildlife Homes” playground, funded by Co-op Community Spaces, is well underway!
Mother's Day Fostering
The best fostering moment so far this season was giving a little Red Fox kit to a fox family on Mother’s Day. The lucky fox mom came home to find she was a mother again and without hesitation, she adopted it.