Everyone is invited to join us on Sunday, July 3rd 2016 from 1-4pm for our second open house of the season. You are welcome to see our permanent sanctuary residents as well as learn about the rehabilitation work that we do here at Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary. We look forward to seeing everyone there!
Before baby season starts there is a lot to do at Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary. In addition to preparing the cages and ordering the much-needed baby supplies Aspen Valley, our Managing Director and Animal Care Director travelled all the way to the NWRA Conference for some valuable continuing education. Before their departure, there was a[…]
This year has been an exciting year for beavers in our care. In the last month alone, the newest orphaned beaver to join our group of rehab beavers came all the way from Ottawa. While this is unsurprising to us, considering that wildlife rehabbers from all over Ontario routinely transport animals to sanctuaries better equipped[…]
Every year, we rehabilitate hundreds of orphaned and injured wild animals. Many of the orphaned and injured animals brought to our facility require intensive care at the weakest and most vulnerable period of their lives – the early stages of development. In order to provide these animals with the highest quality of care, we are[…]
The Frank A. Helt Memorial Fund is dedicated to providing infrastructure and care for injured and orphaned animals so they can be returned to the wild. In particular the funds support the nursery at Aspen in honour of Frank’s belief in helping animals in need. For more information, click here.
The spring bear hunt is planned to make a return this spring. You have until November 30th, 2015 to send a quick message to the Government opposing the planned Spring Bear Hunt. Bears are hunted in the Fall for 3 months in Ontario. Click HERE to write a comment. Background video about the spring bear hunt[…]