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If you come across other wildlife that look in need of assistance, please contact the following organizations. Do not attempt to handle the animal due to a risk of rabies.

Type of wildlife: Who to contact:
Bats Wildlife Haven (204-878-3740)
Bears Manitoba Conservation (204-945-5221)
Beavers Wildlife Haven (204-878-3740)
Coyotes Wildlife Haven (204-878-3740)
Foxes Wildlife Haven (204-878-3740)
Muskrats Wildlife Haven (204-878-3740)
Skunks Manitoba Conservation (204-945-5221)
Woodchucks Wildlife Haven (204-878-3740)

Deer

It is normal for fawns to be sitting along in a field, as the mom only stays with the fawn at feeding time. It is best to leave the fawns alone unless you know the mom is dead.

If you find a presumed orphan, or a deer that was hit by a car, call Manitoba Conservation at 204-945-5221.


Contact Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre

Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre is located just north of Île-des-Chênes, about 10 km south of Winnipeg on Highway 59. Hours of operation are 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., seven days a week. Please phone ahead if you are dropping off wildlife.

Wildlife can also be dropped off at the Winnipeg Humane Society intake (45 Hurst Way), where they will be picked up.

Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre: 204-878-3740 OR info@wildlifehaven.ca.
Winnipeg Humane Society intake: 204-982-2021 (option 5) or reception@winnipeghumanesociety.ca


– Information from: Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre