As the leading wildlife response service in Atlantic Canada, and the only one licensed to handle injured or distressed migratory birds in all four Atlantic Provinces, AWI can assist project planners and managers with expertise in the following areas: Read More
With all the wet roads it isn’t uncommon to get calls like this one today. An AWI follower found this Red-throated Loon up near Magnetic Hill, NB on the road. Easily mistaken as an open waterway, roadways are big hazards for these waterbirds. With legs very far back on their body which are specifically designed for diving and swimming under water, it is impossible for Loons to take off from land, so this bird was grounded. View More
Did you know we are proud to be a #GivingTuesdayCa partner!
WE THANK ALL OF YOU – our donors, volunteers, partners and 1st Responders for helping in all the ways you do, giving of your time, expertise and donations to keep our charitable organization going!!!
Releases and admissions, a never ending process!
In the past month alone, we have been able to release over 50 wildlife patients that we have been caring for either the last couple of months or those that had to be wintered over because of weather conditions. New patients come in everyday, a never ending process and a lot of times we can’t save the animal that is sent to us, so we do celebrate those that we can provide a second chance for! Thank you to all of you that help us do our work! View More
STYX helps raise funds and awareness for AWI!!
At their concert last night at Casino NB, STYX through their charity Rock to the Rescue raffled off a signed guitar from the band with part of the proceeds going to AWI’s wildlife work!! Thank you to Hannah Shaw for all your hard work pulling this together, and AWI’s awesome team for selling raffle tickets – Greg, Chris, Val, Jenna, Gordon, Susan and Melissa!!
3rd annual “Love your Wild Side” Race event/fundraiser a success!
Thank you to everyone who helped make our 3rd annual event a great success! A great crowd of runners/walkers showed up for a beautiful morning on the Riverfront Trail in Moncton to show their support! Much needed funds were raised for our wildlife care program!!
Many thanks to our Sponsors, who without their help, this event wouldn’t happen! THE RUNNING ROOM, MARITIME ANIMAL HOSPITAL, SOBEYS AND ALERT, Inc. Every participant received an event T-shirt and 2 week free pass to the Moncton YMCA! And our volunteers, wow!! Over 20 helping hands on site to make sure everything ran smoothly!!
AWI On CTV News – Edible Plant Workshop
David Bell from CTV News paid AWI a visit today to check out our Edible and Medicinal Plant Workshop. Although it was a rainy one, still a great day for all! Check out the news clip (Sunday episode)!!! Next workshop is July 22nd!