Month of May Baby Shower

par Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation

  • lundi, 01 mai 2017 de 12:00 Matin à samedi, 20 mai 2017 11:59 Après-midi (HAR)

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We invite you to share and support us in our annual Month of May Baby Shower. On any given day, during our peak seasons of spring and summer, we can have 200-300 animals in care, the majority of them injured and orphaned babies that need to be fed specialized formula and diets from every 15-minutes to every 3-hours.

Ways to Help:

  • Join in the fun! Build a hanging or free standing bird feeder. Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 builders! 
  • Donate to our Baby Shower
  • Register for our "Baby Boom" On-site Talk on Sunday, May 28th


Register for our "Baby Boom" On-Site Talk:

What: "Baby Boom" On-Site Talk

When: Sunday, May 28th, 2017 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Where: At Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation.

During this talk, we will introduce you to the different species of wildlife babies in care, discuss the methods we use to raise them, and what you can do to help wildlife babies in your own backyard. See "News and Events" on our website to register.

Feeders for Feathers Contest:

Registration takes place from May 1st to May 20thRegistration fees are $20.00 per person and due upon registration.

Bird feeders can be hanging or free standing.

Only non-toxic materials (paint, wood etc.) can be used in the construction of your bird feeder. 

Completed bird feeders must be dropped off on May 27th between 2:00pm and 4:00pm at one of the following locations to be considered in the contest:

  • Wild Bird Store - D3, 8330 Macleod Trail SE, Calgary
  • Deja Brew - 205 1 St E, Cochrane

Bird feeders must have builder's full name and contact information securely attached to them.

Bird feeders will be judged on creativity and functionality by members of the public. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place contest winners will be contacted directly, and announced on social media on May 31st.

Prizes will be awarded to the top three builders, and their bird feeders will be utilized by area birds on the AIWC property.

*Note: any feeders entered in the contest will not be returned to builders. 

Donate Items from Our Wishlist

See "Support Us" on our website at for more information.

Buy a Book

Help support skunk kits in care by purchasing a copy of AIWC's children's book "Scared Skunk." See "Support Us" on our website for more information. 

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1 mai 2017
lundi, 1 mai 2017 12:00 Matin (HAR)


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Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation
PO Box 68
Madden , AB
T0M 1L0

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Since 1993, the Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation (AIWC) has been a champion for the rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wildlife. Accredited through the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association, AIWC serves the needs of Alberta’s diverse wildlife in Calgary and southern Alberta. As a registered charity, AIWC relies on charitable donations and dedicated volunteers to support the more than 1,800 varied animals in need of care every year. AIWC welcomes Alberta’s injured, orphaned, and oiled wildlife, small and large, from hummingbirds to moose calves. Our Vision Every wild life matters. Our Mission AIWC is committed to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of injured and orphaned wildlife. We provide expert advice and education that fosters an appreciation of wildlife.