Welcome to Wild at Heart Wildlife Refuge Centre!

2018: Year In Review - Wild at Heart

Tour of Wild at Heart

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! All donations over $20 will receive a tax receipt, sent once a year by post mail.

Go Fund Me campaign - #GetWildlifeHome

#GetWildlifeHome: as Wild at Heart admits hundreds of animals this year, our goal is to rehabilitate them and get them back into the wild. Will you make a tax-deductible donation today to help us get these little ones back home? View our Go Fund Me campaign here.

#GetWildlifeHome - Wild at Heart

Latest Updates

Upcoming Initiatives

By becoming a Wild at Heart member, you support our animal care rehabilitation work while also getting great benefits, like our quarterly newsletter, exclusive photos and videos of the animals in our care, and event invites. Become a member here.

Now accepting interns from January – August 2019

Gain valuable hands-on experience rehabilitating Northern Ontario’s wildlife by interning at our Centre for 2-6 months! Limited free, on-site accommodations are available. Send your cover letter and resume to mail@wahrefugecentre.org – applications accepted on a rolling basis.

Our 2019 wall calendar is now available! Inside you’ll find photos and animal stories of moose, porcupines, snowy owls, flying squirrels, and more – all who were rehabilitated in 2018. Get yours today.

Get Involved

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


Wild at Heart’s pollinator garden became an education project in 2016, and has grown greatly since! It has been certified as a Bee City Canada Business (full article here), and recognized through the Canadian Wildlife Federation’s Backyard Habitat Certification program (more information here).