• Canada Goose

    Consider becoming a Member.

  • Rescuing

    Dodger, one of our education animals

  • Board Member Sheila Smith and President, Lisa Tretiak

Emergency Hotline

Emergency Hotline

If you have found a wild animal that you think may be orphaned or injured, read our what to do section or give us a call at 204-510-1855!!

What’s New?

What’s New?

Check out What’s Happening around the PWRC.

Education Programs

Check out the variety of education programs focusing on wildlife issues. Book your 1 hour presentation today!

Upcoming Events


Claus and Talons Event- Pictures with Santa

Santa and Mrs. Claus will be at the Wild Birds Unlimited store along with PWRC's educational ambassadors for holiday pictures.  Don't forget to bring your letter to Santa.

From The Blog

Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

Board Members Wanted

Love Animals?  Come volunteer with us!

Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre Inc. (PWRC) is a non-profit charity organization whose main goal is to treat injured and orphaned wildlife in Manitoba and to successfully release them back into their natural habitat. To maximize survival rates and ensure integration once in the wildlife population, PWRC uses effective and state of the art rehabilitation techniques, such as integrative medical therapies, including both conventional and homeopathic medications, as well as attention to environmental enrichment techniques. The PWRC also takes an active role in public education regarding wildlife issues.

This non-profit charitable organization is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors who work to develop and implement strategies and plans for achieving the vision and goals of PWRC.  We are currently seeking volunteers to join this team.

We are currently looking for two new Board members, one to take a lead role in organizing and coordinating our annual fundraising Walk event, and a second individual to lead our Fundraising endeavors. 


At our monthly Board meetings, Directors present and discuss information and ideas that drive the direction and activities of the organization including:

  • Budget, financial statements
  • Fundraising activities and special events
  • Grants
  • Donations
  • Corporate sponsorships
  • Marketing & communications

Is one of these opportunities for you? 

□   I am an action oriented person who enjoys challenge and exercising my creativity

□   My planning and implementing plans and programs are strong

□   I have skills in organizing/coordinating fundraising efforts/events that I would like to utilize

□   I have experience in writing grant applications

□   I enjoy collaborating with others

□   I would like to make a difference in supporting Manitoba wildlife!


Are you interested?

If so, we’d like to hear from you!  Contact us at