Twice in December 2014 and once in January 2015, Aspen was called upon to rescue wild deer that were in jeopardy. On December 5th, Aspen Valley responded to a call of a deer stranded on the ice on Penn Lake near Huntsville. Unable to get footing on the slippery ice, the deer...Read More
Animal Wildlife Assistant Volunteer Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary offers rescue, rehabilitation and release to sick, injured and orphaned Ontario wildlife. We also provide a permanent home to over 20 non-releasable native mammals and educate the public about how to avoid...Read More
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...Read More
Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary offers rescue, rehabilitation and release to sick, injured and orphaned Ontario wildlife. Our primary mandate is to rehabilitate animals who find their way to us so that they can eventually be returned to their natural domain. In addition to...Read More
Each year hundreds of animals are injured or orphaned in Ontario. Without Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, many of these animals would not survive. But we need your help to give these animals a second chance at life.Aspen Valley is a 460-acre sanctuary of natural habitat in...Read More
Wildlife rehabilitators in Muskoka
If you care about wildlife and want to help with its success and survival, there is a way that you can help. The work that we do is made possible by the generosity of donors, those who fund our work, and our dedicated volunteers, those who give their time.
In addition to our rehabilitation work, we also provide long-term care to a variety of North American mammals that cannot be returned to the wild. For these animals, we focus on providing facilities that meet their specific biological and behavioural needs.