MRWC is a wildlife hospital and education centre. We provide care for injured, orphaned, and compromised wildlife with the aim of returning them to appropriate wild habitats.
We conduct research in fostering wild orphans to wild families and share our findings both locally and internationally.
We support the public in wildlife conflict issues, teaching strategies to live in harmony. We encourage a replacement of frustration and hatred with understanding and tolerance.
Interns are hosted throughout the summer months giving opportunity for people from around the world to learn and connect with Alberta's wildlife.
Our education programs exist formally in classrooms and to community groups, seniors' homes, summer camps, and libraries. Teaching also happens through public events and displays, through handouts and brochures, digitally on our website, through social media, in our bi-weekly bulletins, and over the phone.
Our goal, through all our programs, is to connect people with nature and instil a sense of respect and appreciation.
Full Time Staff
Board of Directors
Our Friends and Colleagues
Critter Care Wildlife Society, Langley
Island Wildlife Natural Care Centre, Saltspring Island
Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society (O.W.L.), Delta
Elizabeth’s Wildlife Centre
Wildlife Rehabilitators’ Network of BC
Other Wildlife Rehabilitation Sites:
IWRC - International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council
NWRA - National Wildlife Rehabilitators' Association
Ontario Wildlife Rescue
Wildlife, Conservation, Environmental and Supporting Organizations:
American Bird Conservancy
Back to Nature Apparel
Buffalo Lake Naturalists
Canadian Peregrine Foundation
Cats and Birds
City of Red Deer
Ducks Unlimited Canada
Eastern Slopes Grizzly Bear Project
Edmonton Valley Zoo
Ellis Bird Farm
Endangered Species International
J.J. Collett Natural Area Foundation
Kerry Wood Nature Centre / Waskasoo Park
Red Deer River Naturalists
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Canada