PWRC is looking for outstanding people for our volunteer board. We are looking for motivated, compassionate individuals to attend to various needs around the centre, assist with events and public education, and attend monthly volunteer discussions.
Our education team from the Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre enters your classroom equipped with supplies, enthusiasm and passion for a jam-packed one hour presentation! These dynamic sessions consist of exciting demonstration, with the help of our Ambassadors, and hands-on activities. Upon completion of the presentation, the classroom will have developed an excitement and awareness for the natural world and their role within it. We are also happy to do presentations at community events, libraries, organizations, birthday parties, and daycares.
Our work is made possible with your help as we rely on donations to feed and care for our patients. All donations go directly to supporting the Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre with purchasing food, medical supplies, animal care supplies and construction materials, as well as other projects.
If you would like to fund other items and projects, please check out our Wishlists. Donors can be recognized for funding special projects.
Saturday the 25th of November from 10am to 4pm and Sunday the 26th of November from 10am to 3pm. Winter Wonderland family pictures at St. Mary’s Nursery and Garden Centre (2901 St Mary’s Rd) with Mukki the Great Horned Owl. Photo session: minimum $20 donation for approx 15min with the owl. Bring your own Camera […]
Saturday, September 9, 2023 at 9:00am Join us in St. Vital Park! Registration is from 8:15am to 8:45am Prairies Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre Inc. (PWRC) is a non-profit organization whose main goal is to treat injured and orphaned wildlife and to successfully release them back into their natural habitat. Proceeds are directed towards the care of […]
Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) is a contagious type A influenza virus that affects domestic and wild birds. It is important to note that wild birds may be infected with HPAI and remain asymptomatic or they may also experience symptoms or death. HPAI is highly transmissible and poses a threat to domestic poultry, wild bird […]