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Salthaven Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Centre

Making a difference through education and rehabilitation

London, Ontario is host to an amazing variety of wildlife from the threatened Peregrine Falcon to the most common songbirds, raccoons and foxes. However, as the human population continues to grow, the dangers these animals face also grows.

Salthaven, a volunteer wildlife rehabilitation facility, is located just outside of London, Ontario in Mount Brydges. During the spring, summer and fall Salthaven receives 25 to 30 calls a day regarding displaced, sick, injured, or orphaned wildlife. The calls come from local and regional police, humane societies, animal care and control agencies, the Ministry of Natural Resources, Canadian Wildlife Services and the concerned public.

Brian Salt is the founder and director of rehabilitation at Salthaven. He has been a wildlife rehabilitator since 1985 and is certified by the IWRC (International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council) and OWREN (Ontario Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Network) in rehabilitation training skills and Advanced Clinical Pathology. He also served on the OWREN board of directors.

  • Another important Salthaven endeavour is public education. Brian visits and enjoys interacting with local schools, service clubs, scout troops, church groups and radio and TV stations to give talks about local wildlife issues. Brian is available for speaking engagements in the months of October through March.

  • Salthaven is currently accepting bookings for speaking engagements. Interested parties are encouraged to book early.

  • We also welcome volunteers who would like to experience first hand the challenges of caring for wildlife. We welcome your interest, your concern, and your questions.


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The Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society (CWRS) is a registered non-profit charitable organization that rescues and rehabilitates wild animals in the City of Calgary and surrounding areas.

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 Ontario Turtle Conservation Centre (home of the Kawartha Turtle Trauma Centre) is a registered charity whose goal is to protect and conserve Ontario‚Äôs native turtles and their habitat. We accomplish this by operating a turtle hospital that treats, rehabilitates, and releases healed patients back into the wild.