Soper Creek Wildlife Rescue is Durham Region's ONLY wildlife rehabilitation and education centre. Last year, in our first season, we accepted over 1100 sick, injured and orphaned animals from our community.

This year, due to mother nature's inconsistant weather patterns, baby season has arrived early. We have already taken in many neonate baby animals. This means they are arriving at the centre with their eyes closed, hairless, and unable to control their own body temperature.

Without human intervention, these animals will die.

Soper Creek Wildlife Rescue does not receive any goverment funding. Our only source of funding for the sick, injured and orphansed animals come from our educational programs. 

Today, Soper Creek Wildlife Rescue is in need of your help.

The overwhelming number of animals coming into the centre requires more resources then we have available.

We are in urgent need of:

- Multiple Neonatal Incubators which can provide oxygen for the sick (our current one is full to capacity, creating incubator buddies)

- Species specific formula (we import all of ours from the states)

Soper Creek Wildlife Rescue can not do this without the communities help. Many of you will find yourself in a wildlife emergency and need to utilize our wildlife rehabilitation services.

Our rehabilitation services are FREE to everyone in Ontario!

Please help save a wildlife today by donating to the purchase of these much needed incubators and feeding supplies

Thank you,


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