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    Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre is a registered non-profit, volunteer-based charitable organization dedicated to the rehabilitation and successful release of injured and orphaned wildlife back to their natural environment, providing valuable outreach and education services to the community and engaging volunteers in a rewarding experience.
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      1053 Provincial Trunk Hwy 59
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#flashbackfriday These young Merlins were released in Sagkeeng First Nation after rehabilitation.  Enjoy their return to the wild!
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Oct 20, 2017
#flashbackfriday These young Merlins were released in Sagkeeng First Nation after rehabilitation. Enjoy their return to the wild!
This summer Wildlife Haven took in two killdeer babies that were found alone and shivering.  Killdeer are insect eaters and were happy to munch on over a hundred mealworms or bloodworms a day! These birds grew up while at WHRC and were successfully released after a month in care. #wildlifewednesday
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Oct 18, 2017
This summer Wildlife Haven took in two killdeer babies that were found alone and shivering. Killdeer are insect eaters and were happy to munch on over a hundred mealworms or bloodworms a day! These birds grew up while at WHRC and were successfully released after a month in care. #wildlifewednesday
Have you met Avro, Wildlife Haven's resident Swainson's Hawk? Avro came to WHRC as a non-releasable ambassador after she was hit by a vehicle in Saskatchewan. One of her eyes was so damaged it had to be removed, and she also had surgery to close a wound on her scalp. To learn more about Avro or any of our other Education Ambassadors please contact Shauna at 204-802-9133 or email education@wildlifehaven.ca to book a presentation. 
Avro's care costs $6 per day. To donate to Avro or any of our other Education Ambassadors or patients please visit the link in our bio.
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Oct 16, 2017
Have you met Avro, Wildlife Haven's resident Swainson's Hawk? Avro came to WHRC as a non-releasable ambassador after she was hit by a vehicle in Saskatchewan. One of her eyes was so damaged it had to be removed, and she also had surgery to close a wound on her scalp. To learn more about Avro or any of our other Education Ambassadors please contact Shauna at 204-802-9133 or email education@wildlifehaven.ca to book a presentation. Avro's care costs $6 per day. To donate to Avro or any of our other Education Ambassadors or patients please visit the link in our bio.
Remember the two foxes that came in with mange from the golf course at the beginning of August? Here is a photo of them on their day of release, looking very healthy. We still have three other foxes with mange that were taken in after these two and are on the mend. We received this fox last week, it was found hiding in a dog house not far from Ile des Chenes.
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Oct 12, 2017
Remember the two foxes that came in with mange from the golf course at the beginning of August? Here is a photo of them on their day of release, looking very healthy. We still have three other foxes with mange that were taken in after these two and are on the mend. We received this fox last week, it was found hiding in a dog house not far from Ile des Chenes.
This Great Grey Owl was successfully rehabilitated and released in the Pinawa area this fall. The contiguous forest there has tamarack, spruce, and cedar bogs which are the perfect habitat for this female Great Grey. Photo credit: Jeff Long
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Oct 10, 2017
This Great Grey Owl was successfully rehabilitated and released in the Pinawa area this fall. The contiguous forest there has tamarack, spruce, and cedar bogs which are the perfect habitat for this female Great Grey. Photo credit: Jeff Long
This Broad-winged Hawk spent the summer in care at Wildlife Haven. It recovered very well from its injuries and was released in time to migrate to South America. 📸: Dan Williams
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Oct 07, 2017
This Broad-winged Hawk spent the summer in care at Wildlife Haven. It recovered very well from its injuries and was released in time to migrate to South America. 📸: Dan Williams
#tbt to feeding four young Chimney Swifts! These nestlings were fed every 20 minutes while they were at Wildlife Haven.
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Oct 05, 2017
#tbt to feeding four young Chimney Swifts! These nestlings were fed every 20 minutes while they were at Wildlife Haven.
This large female Bald Eagle came to Wildlife Haven on August 4, after being injured in a wildfire in northern Manitoba. After water was dropped in the area firefighters discovered her under a tree. She had damage to her feathers and feet from the fire, but is recovering nicely. Due to the damage to her feathers she cannot migrate and will spend the winter at Wildlife Haven.
To donate to this Bald Eagle’s care please visit the link in our bio.
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Sep 30, 2017
This large female Bald Eagle came to Wildlife Haven on August 4, after being injured in a wildfire in northern Manitoba. After water was dropped in the area firefighters discovered her under a tree. She had damage to her feathers and feet from the fire, but is recovering nicely. Due to the damage to her feathers she cannot migrate and will spend the winter at Wildlife Haven. To donate to this Bald Eagle’s care please visit the link in our bio.
#tbt to our end of summer lunch!Wildlife Haven would like to thank the Green Team crew, Education interns, staff and volunteers for working tirelessly in helping all the wildlife that come through our doors. #throwbackthursday
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Sep 28, 2017
#tbt to our end of summer lunch!Wildlife Haven would like to thank the Green Team crew, Education interns, staff and volunteers for working tirelessly in helping all the wildlife that come through our doors. #throwbackthursday
Saviez-vous que le Centre de réadaptation Wildlife Haven a publié un livre? Ce livre vous sensibilisera de la faune du Manitoba, les animaux sauvages blessés, malades ou abandonnés au Centre de réadaptation Wildlife Haven ainsi que les histoires de nos ambassadeurs de la faune. C’est un livre parfait pour les enfants et les adultes et est maintenant publié en anglais et en français! Vous pouvez vous procurer du livre, «La faune dans ta cour arrière», à @mcnallyrobinson , Chapters St-Vital, @thepreferredperch ou au Centre de réadaptation Wildlife Haven pour le prix de 20$. Tous les profits vont au Centre de réadaptation Wildlife Haven.
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Sep 26, 2017
Saviez-vous que le Centre de réadaptation Wildlife Haven a publié un livre? Ce livre vous sensibilisera de la faune du Manitoba, les animaux sauvages blessés, malades ou abandonnés au Centre de réadaptation Wildlife Haven ainsi que les histoires de nos ambassadeurs de la faune. C’est un livre parfait pour les enfants et les adultes et est maintenant publié en anglais et en français! Vous pouvez vous procurer du livre, «La faune dans ta cour arrière», à @mcnallyrobinson , Chapters St-Vital, @thepreferredperch ou au Centre de réadaptation Wildlife Haven pour le prix de 20$. Tous les profits vont au Centre de réadaptation Wildlife Haven.
Did you know that Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre has published a book? This book will teach you about Manitoba’s wildlife, the injured, sick and orphaned wildlife at the Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Center as well as stories about our Education Ambassadors. This book is great for kids and adults and is now available in English and French! You can purchase your copy of “Wildlife in your Backyard”  for $20 at @mcnallyrobinson , Chapters St-Vital,  @thepreferredperch or at the Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre. All proceeds go to Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre.
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Sep 26, 2017
Did you know that Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre has published a book? This book will teach you about Manitoba’s wildlife, the injured, sick and orphaned wildlife at the Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Center as well as stories about our Education Ambassadors. This book is great for kids and adults and is now available in English and French! You can purchase your copy of “Wildlife in your Backyard” for $20 at @mcnallyrobinson , Chapters St-Vital, @thepreferredperch or at the Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre. All proceeds go to Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre.
Autumn is when Wildlife Haven takes in many migrating birds.  One common patient is the Northern Flicker.  This bird is part of the woodpecker family and are often admitted to Wildlife Haven after they’ve flown into windows and have head trauma.  You can help prevent migrating birds from hitting your window by placing window stickers to distort the reflection they see and warn them it’s not a place to go through. 
Do you know how to tell the difference between male and female Flickers?  Males will have a red or black “moustache” stripe across the cheeks while females do not.
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Sep 25, 2017
Autumn is when Wildlife Haven takes in many migrating birds. One common patient is the Northern Flicker. This bird is part of the woodpecker family and are often admitted to Wildlife Haven after they’ve flown into windows and have head trauma. You can help prevent migrating birds from hitting your window by placing window stickers to distort the reflection they see and warn them it’s not a place to go through. Do you know how to tell the difference between male and female Flickers? Males will have a red or black “moustache” stripe across the cheeks while females do not.
Follow-up on our Barred Owl patient! It was successfully rehabilitated and released in the Pinawa area over the weekend by the Wildlife and Fisheries Branch of Manitoba Sustainable Development. Barred owls live in upland forest, and there is contiguous habitat in the Pinawa area for it to thrive. Photo credit: Jeff Long
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Sep 12, 2017
Follow-up on our Barred Owl patient! It was successfully rehabilitated and released in the Pinawa area over the weekend by the Wildlife and Fisheries Branch of Manitoba Sustainable Development. Barred owls live in upland forest, and there is contiguous habitat in the Pinawa area for it to thrive. Photo credit: Jeff Long
This juvenile Barred Owl was hit by a car and came to Wildlife Haven from The Pas in mid-August. There were no major injuries though the owl was dehydrated. It has been doing very well and should be releasable soon. Thanks to Manitoba Sustainable Development @mcoa_official for finding the owl and arranging transport, and to Calm Air Cargo for flying the bird to Winnipeg.
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Sep 06, 2017
This juvenile Barred Owl was hit by a car and came to Wildlife Haven from The Pas in mid-August. There were no major injuries though the owl was dehydrated. It has been doing very well and should be releasable soon. Thanks to Manitoba Sustainable Development @mcoa_official for finding the owl and arranging transport, and to Calm Air Cargo for flying the bird to Winnipeg.
Here is a sneak peak of the Bald Eagle release from Thursday, August 24. Thank you to everyone who attended, we hope you enjoyed it! Stay tuned for a film coming soon by @buildfilms
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Aug 26, 2017
Here is a sneak peak of the Bald Eagle release from Thursday, August 24. Thank you to everyone who attended, we hope you enjoyed it! Stay tuned for a film coming soon by @buildfilms
Wildlife Haven has taken in 1300 animals to date.  What do you think was the 1300th patient this year?
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Aug 24, 2017
Wildlife Haven has taken in 1300 animals to date. What do you think was the 1300th patient this year?
Wildlife Haven is hiring a part-time Animal Care Coordinator! Please visit https://wildlifehaven.ca/pages/job-opportunities for more information!
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Aug 23, 2017
Wildlife Haven is hiring a part-time Animal Care Coordinator! Please visit https://wildlifehaven.ca/pages/job-opportunities for more information!
Please join Wildlife Haven for a special Bald Eagle release this Thursday, August 24 at 2pm, on the Sagkeeng First Nation Sundance Grounds (Fort Alexander, Manitoba). Directions from Winnipeg: take Hwy 59 North, turn right at Hwy 11. Turn south at 47071, Hwy 11 (west of Sagkeeng School) to the Sundance Grounds.
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Aug 22, 2017
Please join Wildlife Haven for a special Bald Eagle release this Thursday, August 24 at 2pm, on the Sagkeeng First Nation Sundance Grounds (Fort Alexander, Manitoba). Directions from Winnipeg: take Hwy 59 North, turn right at Hwy 11. Turn south at 47071, Hwy 11 (west of Sagkeeng School) to the Sundance Grounds.
This young Red Fox is one of two admitted to our centre with a severe case of mange. Both were captured and brought to Wildlife Haven by workers at the St. Charles Country Club golf course. In this photo you can see a dramatic improvement after only one week of treatment.
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Aug 14, 2017
This young Red Fox is one of two admitted to our centre with a severe case of mange. Both were captured and brought to Wildlife Haven by workers at the St. Charles Country Club golf course. In this photo you can see a dramatic improvement after only one week of treatment.
Whooo is this? This young Long-eared Owl came to Wildlife Haven in June. It is thriving and will be released soon.
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Aug 11, 2017
Whooo is this? This young Long-eared Owl came to Wildlife Haven in June. It is thriving and will be released soon.