Heaven's Wildlife Rescue Rehabilitation & Education Centre and is located in rural Lambton County, Ontario. We rehabilitate orphaned, injured and displaced wildlife patients 24 hrs per day/7 days per week, all year round.
Heaven's Wildlife Rescue is a volunteer based organization that cares for sick, injured, orphaned or displaced native Ontario wildlife, with the ultimate goal of returning them back to the wild. HWR is licensed with and inspected by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry but does not receive any funding from this regulatory agency. Our centre depends entirely on the financial support received from the community and volunteers to assist with the day-to-day operations. Donations are critical for us to help our wild animal friends, to give them a second chance at life! We believe that all aspects of nature conservation are extremely important and that we need to care for our wildlife for future generations to enjoy.
Please Note: We do not rehabilitate birds, deer, domestic or farm animals.
Heaven's Wildlife Rescue is not funded by the government or any other agency. We can no longer assume 100% of the cost of care for each animal by using our personal finances. Native wild animals belong to every citizen in the province; they are a natural resource and our collective responsibility. Most folks don't realize that even the smallest of donations add up. Our greatest need is for monetary donations to help offset the high cost of care for the injured and orphaned wildlife in our facility. Without donations, we are forced to limit intakes, which means that many animals won't get the help they need and deserve.
Please Note, we have instituted new policies for all wildlife intakes to ensure the safety of all patients.
May-Aug -10 to 11:30am and 5-7pm
We will text you our online admission form.
On the admission form we require the following:
Finder's complete address / phone number The specific location where the animal/s were found (if we do not have all of this information then we are legally required to euthanize the animal).
After you submit the form we will set up a time to admit the animal. A donation (in any amount) is required when native wild animals are admitted for rehabilitation.