Welcome to Wild at Heart Wildlife Refuge Centre!

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White-Tailed Deer: Wild at Heart "Species Spotlight"

As a non profit organization (registered charity: 857767206RR0001), Wild at Heart depends on the generosity of our community to continue our mission to professionally treat wildlife and educate about human-wildlife interactions. Your support helps us to treat over 900 wild animals annually by purchasing specialized formula, nutrient-rich diets, quality medical supplies, new equipment, and much more. Without you, Wild at Heart would not be here today. Thank you for your continued support!

Latest Updates

Upcoming Initiatives

Wild at Heart Wildlife Refuge Centre is now looking for interns from March – August 2018. Volunteer internships are 40-50 hours per week, for a minimum of two months at a time. Limited, free on-site accommodations are available upon request.

Learn more about the position here.

Join Wild at Heart Founder & President, Dr. Rod Jouppi, D.V.M. for his lecture entitled “To speak on the intricate relationship between animals, people, and the environment & health – a 40 year perspective”. Lecture held at 95 White Road, Lively on November 18th at 2pm.

Purchase your $5 tickets here.

More information posted in the Facebook event.

Join us November 23rd from 11:30am-12:30pm at Sixth Avenue Golf & Country Club for a pick-up lunch fundraiser, with all net proceeds going to Wild at Heart! Each $15 lunch includes: penne pasta with homemade tomato sauce topped with fresh grated parmesan cheese and basil, oven roasted chicken, and fresh buns. Click here for more information, and to place your order.

Get Involved

We are currently caring for:

  • 0 Mammals
  • 0 Reptiles
  • 6 Pigeons
  • 1 Raven
  • 1 Mallard Duck
  • 1 Pileated Woodpecker
  • 1 Short-Eared Owl
  • 1 Great Horned Owl
  • 1 Gull

Donate a vehicle, RV, boat,  or motorcycle for recycling or auction through Donate A Car Canada with proceeds benefiting Wild at Heart: https://donatecar.ca/org/donate.php?charitypage=WildAtHeartWildlifeRefuge