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)|
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.
– Information from: Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre