Our Mission is to conserve and protect native wildlife and its natural habitat through education and rehabilitation.

Our caseload has almost doubled.

We need to build a hospital and flight pen to help eagles and other wildlife recover. 

  • Help Build A Hospital! 30%


Buy 1 square foot of our new 1250 sq. foot wildlife hospital for $100 for yourself or as a gift to someone else – Become a member of our “1250 Club”.  All Donors’ names will be posted on our website unless you choose to be anonymous. (After making your donation on Canada Helps you will be asked if you wish to remain anonymous.)


• Anonymous • Dwight Kayto • Janet Craig in honour of those who love and care for all critters in need • Brian Clease in memory of Carol Ann Dwyer •


• Jen Swanston in honour of Barbara Swanston • Anonymous • Jo-anne Pelletier in memory of her Father, Ralph “Speed” Durnin • Barbara Borgnino • Barbara Borgnino on behalf of Chloe Zambon, Kai Borgnino, Taj Borgnino & Zack Borgnino • Arwen & Perino Zambon on behalf of baby boy Zambon • Kathleen Joan Atkinson •
  • All donations, in any amount, are welcome.
  • Help us feed and care for injured and sick wildlife.  Make a one-time donation or sign up for a monthly contribution.
  • Give eagles, owls, swans and other large birds a place to build up strength and recover.
  • If you have materials like lumber or time to give, please contact our office at 250-337-2021

New Wildlife Hospital & Interpretative Centre

MARS helps ill, injured, orphaned and oiled wildlife recover, then releases them back to into the wild. Our patient load has skyrocketed from just over 400 birds and mammals per year to over 700 in 2014 and nearly 800 this past year. It is a tribute to the ingenuity...

read more

Latest News

Seal Pup Stranding Season

Staff at a B.C. marine mammal rescue centre are busy caring for dozens of seal pups during what they call “stranding season.” The Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue is currently looking after 50 seal pups that were rescued from across the province, including in...

read more

MARS farewell to students

From left to right, MARS students, Carissa, Lena & Betty with their going away gifts presented by Reg, MARS’ Supervisor of Wildlife Care on July 15, 2016. The three ended their term at MARS releasing 2 Great Blue Herons, 2 ducks and a dove on the same day as...

read more
Get Involved


Your membership fee goes directly to supporting our efforts here at MARS.
Join Now

Found an Injured Animal?

Injured animals are sensitive and should be dealt with by professionals.
Call Us


Our newsletter provides you with information and photos of MARS activities.
Sign Up


July 30, 2016
July 31, 2016

MARS On YouTube


Our Sponsors