Our mission, a "One Health" concept for native wildlife, embraces a variety of programs aimed at conservation goals to protect ecosystems, populations of wild animals, and the health of individual animals.
Formed in 1984 by a group of environmentally-concerned citizens who care about the successful rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wildlife, Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre was first known by the name Manitoba Wildlife Rehabilitation Organization (MWRO). The volunteers started the organization out of their backyards and opened a centre in 1993 in Glenlea, Manitoba. The centre currently operates in Ile des Chênes, Manitoba - only 8 minutes from Winnipeg.
The CWRS is dedicated to treating injured and orphaned wildlife, providing valuable outreach and education services to the community, and engaging all volunteers in motivational work and skill building experience.
The Whale Museum's mission is to promote stewardship of whales and the Salish Sea ecosystem through education and research.
aim is to reach out and help the elephants living in urban
environments that are wounded, malnourished and dehydrated or those
being used illegally and commercially under deprived conditions.
"... in a new a program, we have partnered with a group to train our rescue dogs so that they can be paired with military service members returning from active duty with physical, mental and emotional disabilities."
The Fauna Foundation Sanctuary, home to twelve chimpanzees and various other rescued animals, is located in Carignan, Quebec on the south shore, very close to Montreal.
Building a healthy community for people and wildlife.
40 Years of Loon Preservation in New Hampshire
The Guelph Humane Society's mission is to promote the welfare of all animals and prevent cruelty and suffering.
The Farley Foundation, a registered Ontario charity, is a Milton-based organization that assists low-income pet owners cover the cost of medical care for their sick and/or injured pets. It is named after the dog, Farley, from the comic strip For Better or For Worse®, by artist Lynn Johnston.
We are a private, no kill cat adoption facility located in south-central Ontario, Canada. Our "Cat House" is home to approximately 60 cats who are permitted to roam free within the shelter. Our cats need ever fear euthanasia, and can stay with us as long as it takes to find the right adoptive home.
Bear With Us strives to promote understanding and respect for the bear family, a species near the top of the evolutionary scale, a species in direct niche competition with the human race.
the oldest nature conservation charity in Canada. Over the past 75
years, we've helped protect over 63 million acres of parks and
wildlife areas in Canada and the countless species that depend on
this habitat. Today, we represent a network of over 45,000 members and supporters and more than 350 nature organizations in every province
One of the city of Jupiter, Florida's best-kept secrets. This animal rescue, hospital and a sanctuary for those that cannot be returned to the wild features wildlife displays and programs, scenic walking paths under a canopy of cooling foliage, and a first class gift shop. Also picnic tables and free parking.
In the early 1960s a plucky band of naturalists based in Ontario had a bold idea. Stung by the damage to the natural world they saw all around them, they launched a program to take direct, private action to protect natural spaces and promote conservation. At the time it was an audacious plan. It was also the birth of the Nature Conservancy of Canada.
(Text and images from their website.)
Funds donated through the Gordon and Patricia Gray Animal Welfare Foundation support ASF research, education, advocacy and conservation management plans.
Oakville & Milton Humane Society
We believe in finding animals loving and permanent homes and to ensure this, we work to match families and animals. Come in and find your new best friend.
Woodward Animal Center is not just another San Diego no-kill animal
shelter. We're a non-profit organization dedicated to saving the
lives of animals.
In 2013, the generous funding from the Gordon and Patricia Gray Animal
Welfare Foundation enabled us to purchase an anesthetic machine and
ventilator, as well as a Surgivet Advisor (vital signs monitor).
Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA) works with its partners to ensure The Living City is built on a natural foundation of healthy rivers and shorelines, greenspace and biodiversity, and sustainable communities.
Story Book Farm is a place of safety. We offer freedom from fear. We are a place of healing and recovery from trauma. Currently, we are home to 20 monkeys who come to us for peace and solace from a variety of backgrounds, some of them with stories difficult even to share, let alone survive.
Our interest is in anything that can, will, or is happening to polar bears. Learn here what we're doing to help polar bears survive all the problems they face.
The Gordon and Patricia Gray Veterinary Hospital at the
Loggerhead Marinelife Centre in Juno Beach, Florida, provides state-of-the-art
care for injured sea turtles.
The Owl Foundation is a registered Canadian charitable organization focused on helping wild Canadian owls that are injured or orphaned. The Foundation operates an owl rehabilitation centre located in the Niagara Peninsula, Ontario, Canada.