Our Mission is to provide a safe place for injured and orphaned wild animals to grow and mend until they can return to their natural habitat while encouraging public tolerance and understanding of wildlife.
Our Vision is to have a balanced relationship with our wild neighbours based upon respect and appreciation.
About Living Sky Wildlife Rehabilitation
We provide the full range of treatment services needed to rehabilitate small birds and mammals. We assist the public with issues relating to wildlife; and promote knowledge and appreciation of wild animals and the habitats they depend on for survival. LSWR took in 20 animals in 2005, which has increased each year, up to almost 500 in 2014. Each animal requires specialized foods, housing and environmental enrichment to ensure success upon their return to the wild. All activities are funded by donations and grants. There is no government funding for these programs. LSWR works in collaboration with the provincial wildlife rehabilitation society, local veterinarians, the Saskatoon Nature Society, the Zoo Society, and others to arrange for animal rescue, pick-up, medical needs, on-going care, and the eventual release of the animal to an appropriate habitat. All services are provided by volunteers, with over 35 contributing their time and energy to support Saskatchewan’s wildlife in 2014.