The Centre is involved in the following activities to help wildlife:
- Providing care for injured, orphaned or compromised wildlife with the aim of returning them to appropriate wild habitats
- Promoting an understanding and respect of wildlife through educational programs available to individuals, groups, organizations, and communities
- Assisting Albertans in resolving wildlife conflict situations, resulting in a more peaceful co-existence with "problem wildlife"
- Conducting research in fostering wild orphans to wild families and sharing our findings internationally
- Promoting a cooperative effort between individuals and private or public agencies to benefit wildlife
- Aiding in the preservation, conservation, and enhancement of natural habitat
"When one tugs at a single thing in nature, you find it attached to the rest of the world." - John Muir, Conservationist