After a gruelling 2 year plus search and at the last minute, the Centre has finally found a new place to call home just north west of Ottawa our nations Capital. There is so much to be done and so little time!.

All the animals have been relocated to the new site. We are very relieved that the new site is a complete success.

We will be creaing a new page on this site to thank everyone who volunteered their time money and energy without whom none of this would have been possible!


The Centre has a new home at last!

After a gruelling 2 year plus search and at the last minute, the Centre has finally found a new place to call home just north west of Ottawa our nations Capital. There is so much to be done and so little time!.

All the animals have been relocated to the new site. We are very relieved that the new site is a complete success.

We will be creaing a new page on this site to thank everyone who volunteered their time money and energy without whom none of this would have been possible!

Jarl, The Centre’s President, carrying

Great Horned owls to their new aviary.

 

One of a pair of Saker falcons,

relaxing at the new home of the Centre.

A view of one roost box of the Vampire bats, (photographed using night vision equipment).

They very happy at their new home where they are pampered with the best of food and have an

enormous flight.

 

How you can help:

Funding for the Centre’s relocation is extremely limited, and we are urgently seeking funding to continue relocation the Centre to its new location.

We are seeking volunteers for both the move and the construction of aviaries. We are also seeking donations of building materials and supplies.

If you can help in any way at all, please contact us!

Swainsons nesting

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