Adult Programs

Partners in Protection: Toronto Wildlife Centre

An Eastern Gray Squirrel asleep with a bandaged arm

Organizations involved in biodiversity-related issues connect with ROM visitors via informal presentations.

 Toronto Wildlife Centre is a wildlife hospital, rehabilitation centre, rescue team, emergency hotline, and public  education program dedicated to promoting the peaceful coexistence of people and wildlife. Our mission is to provide education and expert advice about wildlife situations, and to provide medical care to sick, injured and orphaned animals with the ultimate goal of releasing them back into the wild.

Join Toronto Wildlife Centre and our resident snapping turtle on Sunday, August 4th and learn what to do when you find a sick or injured animal, try out some animal rescue equipment, and see how good you are at identifying a baby animal (it’s harder than you might think!).

The Toronto Wildlife Centre logo


Earth Rangers Studio in the Life in Crisis: Schad Gallery of Biodiversity, level 2

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