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! 47%


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 • Pearl McKenzie


• Dan Buchan • Anonymous • Reverend Charles Massey • Anonymous • Barry Hill • Louise Johnson • Ian Roberts
  • 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

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Just in time for Valentine’s Day

Give your sweetheart, friend or relative a special gift this Valentine's Day. Order a limited edition Valentine 1250 Club certificate. They or you can be part of this exciting process of building the North Island's new wildlife hospital. We have started the build and...

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MARS Super Duper Garage Sale

MARS is having a garage sale on Saturday, February 25th at the Big Yellow Merville Hall at 1245 Fenwick Road & Island Hwy 19a. Time: 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Low low priced items, book table, bake table,  face painting for the kids, food, music, 50/50 draw...

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Snow angels at work!

MARS's snow angels at work going above and beyond the call of duty. Pictured L to R Student Andrea and volunteers Coral and Kelsey. MARS is fortunate to have such amazing volunteers and students!

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