Wildlife Preservation Canada’s mission is to save animal species at risk from extinction in Canada.
We do this by:
- performing hands-on work with species requiring direct intervention to recover, and
- providing opportunities for Canadian conservation scientists to grow their expertise in working with animal species at risk while adding to the overall body of knowledge on the subject.
Since our founding in 1985 by the late author and internationally-celebrated naturalist Gerald Durrell, we’ve been applying science-based solutions to species recovery efforts and delivering measurable results.
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
Boisset Wines/French rabbit
Mountain Equipment Co-op
The Schad Foundation
The K.M. Hunter Charitable Foundation
The Sitka Foundation
The Last Hunt
The Kathleen Mary and Walter Barron Family Foundation
Leon Judah Blackmore Foundation
Boiler Inspection & Insurance
The Grant MacEwan Charitable Foundation
J. Sutton Communications
Fluid Clarification, Inc.
The Patrick Hodgson Family Foundation
A.B. Harji Family Foundation
The Westaway Foundation
Don and Hazel Williams Foundation