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Ruby-throated Hummingbird

Caring for the birds of today and tomorrow...

Building the New Centre

The Centre celebrated the groundbreaking of its new facility and announced the final phase of its Building Campaign on June 1, 2024.

Read more about the new building's progress and how you can help:


Each day we see the impact of human-related activities on wild bird populations. For birds that have been orphaned, injured or fallen ill, their lives need not end in tragedy. There may be hope for life and a return to the natural environment upon which we all depend.


At the Ottawa Valley Wild Bird Care Centre, we treat each bird with the utmost respect and compassion. With your support, we can make a difference in the lives of individual birds, and ultimately generations of birds to come. With birds in decline, they need our help now more than ever.


Found an injured bird or found a baby bird and want to help? Check out our Bird Emergency page now.

Avian Care Manager with Peregrine Falcon Falcon

Photo: Nina Stavlund

“I’ve had the opportunity  to be a hands on volunteer on a weekly basis and I’ve been very impressed by the dedication, professionalism and compassion of the team...”

Jean N.

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