web site has been created as a public service by R.C.S. Animal
Care. Every reasonable effort has been made to ensure the currency
and accuracy of the information presented at the Site. However,
R.C.S. Animal Care assumes no responsibility and Users of this Site
should verify the information from other sources prior to making
decisions or acting upon it.
R.C.S. Animal Care
Association for Humane Trapping
The Mission of the CAHT is "To abolish the pain and suffering of
animals trapped for any reason". CAHT is a charitable, non-profit
organization which works constructively toward abolishing the suffering
imposed on wild animals by devices or trapping systems used to capture
them. It is not a trapping, anti-trapping or animal rights
organization. CAHT respects diverse philosophies and approaches
while reserving the right to promote its own objectives. For further
information on CAHT, please go to: www.caht.ca/caht/aboutus.jsp.
Wildlife Rehabilitators Association
The National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (NWRA) is dedicated to
improving and promoting the profession of wildlife rehabilitation and its
contributions to preserving natural ecosystems.
Wildlife Rehabilitation Council
International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council--Conserving and protecting
wildlife and habitat through wildlife rehabilitation.
"It is the goal of the OCWC to raise awareness about the importance
of maintaining wildlife and wildlife habitat, and to give people the
knowledge to live in harmony with nature. The OCWC strongly believes
that appreciating the wildlife in our backyards is the first step in
conservation and that all major change has to start with one individual's
of Natural Resources
This Government of Ontario website provides information on rehabbing and
the requirements to become an Authorized Wildlife Custodian. An
excerpt from the Backgrounder (January 12, 2006) Wildlife Rehabilitation
in Ontario cites:
Under the Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Act, 1997, wildlife custodians are authorized to provide
specialized temporary care to sick, injured and orphaned wildlife so that
they can be returned to the wild.
A superior website that provides a wealth of information regarding
wildlife issues and problems. The primary mission is to promote
human, responsible and accountable approaches and advocacy for wildlife
of Canada is committed to the protection of all animals and the promotion
of a harmonious relationship among people, animals and the environment.
Animal Alliance of Canada brings together dedicated professionals with
proven records in animal protection. Together we work on local, national,
and international educational and legislative advocacy initiatives to
protect animals and our environment.
As a member of this fund, I have found their information to be very
well researched and the photography is absolutely awesome!
Chris' Squirrels and More
An excellent source for food and sheltering supplies for your
Check out the latest news
Wildlife Ontario (May/07) on advocacy issues and
sign the petition by clicking on "Rosie".