The North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre’s mission is “to care for ill, injured and orphaned wildlife and to educate the public on wildlife and environmental issues.”
About NORTH ISLAND WILDLIFE RECOVERY ASSOCIATION
Located in Errington, BC on Vancouver Island in Canada, the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre is a world class wildlife rehabilitation facility specializing in the rehabilitation of black bears and raptors.
The North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre houses the Arthur Knowles Museum of Nature and the May Neish Learning Centre, providing a unique educational opportunity to thousands of school children and the general public. The public is able to view non-releasable wildlife at the centre including eagles, several species of owls, falcons, hawks, ravens, and black bears.
The North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre is a non-profit, charitable organization.