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IMPORTANT: Due to the current risk of avian influenza (HPAI), if you find injured, sick or orphaned wildlife, contact the Wildlife Haven Hospital at 204-878-3740 BEFORE arriving to the centre! Click here for more information.
IMPORTANT: Due to the current risk of avian influenza (HPAI), if you find injured, sick or orphaned wildlife, contact the Wildlife Haven Hospital at 204-878-3740 BEFORE arriving to the centre! Click here for more information.

RESCUE

Over 42 000 animals from all over Manitoba, have been rescued and brought to Wildlife Haven!

REHABILITATION

Our dedicated staff and volunteers develop a unique care plan for each patient

RELEASE

EDUCATE

Bringing the textbook to life at the Murray Education Centre!

Found wildlife in need?

Call our Wildlife Hospital
at 204-878-3740

Learn about wildlife!

Our Ambassadors attend presentations for an experience you won't forget!

Help Save Wildlife!

We rely on donors and volunteers like you to keep our doors open! 

How can you help?

Blog posts

  • Wildlife Haven Partners with Delta Marsh Bird Observatory
    October 5, 2022 Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre

    Wildlife Haven Partners with Delta Marsh Bird Observatory

    Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre is proud to announce a new partnership with Delta Marsh Bird Observatory! Together, we are introducing a Bird Banding Program at Wildlife Haven. The goal is to band native songbird patients before they are released from...

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  • National Geographic Explorer and Photographer Visits Wildlife Haven
    July 26, 2022 Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre

    National Geographic Explorer and Photographer Visits Wildlife Haven

    Wildlife Haven was recently visited by National Geographic Explorer and world-renowned photographer, Joel Sartore, as part of his work on the National Geographic Photo Ark. This monumental project aims to call attention to the many issues affecting wildlife and their...

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  • Orphaned Otter Gets a Second Chance at Life
    August 9, 2021 Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre

    Orphaned Otter Gets a Second Chance at Life

    A rare patient has been admitted to the Wildlife Haven Hospital! This juvenile North American River Otter (patient #21-644) was found orphaned near Gimli in May. Upon its initial medical examination, the otter was lethargic and was showing signs of gastrointestinal...

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