A new truck for the PWRC

Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

Manitoba's Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre (PWRC) treats injured and orphaned wildlife and releases 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, as well as research activities including tracking released animals and documenting the success of natural treatments, to assist other wildlife rehabilitation organisations.

A donation from The Gordon and Patricia Gray Animal Welfare Foundation was used to purchase a new truck, essential for their day to day activities for rescues, releases (especially ones that require travelling to ideal habitats), garbage runs and supply/donation pickups.