To report orphaned, ill or injured wildlife: (250) 337-2021 Comox Valley, Canada

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IWRC Basic Wildlife Rehab Course

We are excited to announce that the IWRC will be holding its Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation Class in Courtenay, British Columbia on November 4-5, 2017. The class will be taught by Christina Carrieres, CVT, CWR and hosted by the Mountainaire Avian Rescue...

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Kudos To Hector Falcon!

MARS takes its hat off to Hector Falcon for his generous donation to MARS. He is a wonderful supporter of our rescue centre and he has donated thousands of dollars of his time and expertise painting our new wildlife hospital inside and out. We...

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Rick Mercer Premiere Featuring MARS

In case you didn't know, Rick Mercer and his team visited us at the end of August to film a segment for the Rick Mercer Report.  We are excited to be featured on the season premiere which aired on Tuesday, Sept. 26 on CBC at 8:00 pm. If you missed the...

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Recovery Building Donations

Friday was an exciting day for us as all three pads for the animal recovery buildings were successfully poured through a generous donation from Cumberland Rotary and Cumberland Ready Mix. Volunteers from MARS worked with Manny from Cumberland Ready Mix and...

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Ambassador Birds Need New Homes (Aviaries)

Homes (aviaries) for education ambassador birds are on the must-have list for the new MARS Wildlife Rescue Centre. These permanent residents, five owls, two Bald eagles and one Red-Tailed hawk, make regular visits to schools in the Comox Valley and Campbell River...

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MARS Summer Raffle Prize Winners

Our summer raffle ended on Monday September 4th at Kitty Coleman Woodland Gardens. The lucky winners of the six fabulous prizes were: 1st Prize of two round trip tickets anywhere WestJet flies - Heidi Deagle 2nd Prize of a Limited Edition...

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Help Build a Flight Cage for Raptor Recovery

Join The Flight Club! MARS has launched a new campaign called "The Flight Club" to help us build an essential structure for recovering birds. Treating an injury is the first step toward recovery but strengthening muscles in order to sustain flight is also a vital part...

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Goat Milk a Lifesaver

Sick and injured fawns and those orphaned, abandoned or mistakenly taken have a temporary home in a forested area at MARS Wildlife Rescue Centre in Merville. The cost in food and precious volunteer time is high, as it will take several months to ready the...

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