Sponsor a Bird Program

Sponsor a bird at the Ottawa Valley Wild Bird Care Centre


On average, it costs the Centre $100 to care for each bird. By sponsoring a bird for $100 you directly increase the number of birds we can help.

What do you receive in addition to a warm fuzzy feeling?

With each $100 sponsorship package you will receive:

  • A photo of the bird
  • A fun fact sheet about the bird
  • A certificate commemorating your generous sponsorship

Frame your photo and certificate to display at your home, office, school, community residence, hall, or club.

Choose the Bird You Would Like to Sponsor


Peregrine Falcon

Peregrine Falcon – these mighty raptors have come back from the edge of extinction. Now they can be seen in city centres, swooping to catch a meal. While they are agile hunters, they are often vulnerable to car impacts and sometimes window strikes.


Great Horned Owl

Great Horned Owl – these beautiful predators live in Ottawa year-round. They have a broad range of habitat and eat a wide range of animals and insects. Car impacts and the occasional window strike are their main reason for ending up at the Centre.


Ruby-throated Hummingbird

Ruby-Throated Hummingbird – North America’s smallest songbird is an important pollinator species. They are vulnerable to window strikes and domestic animal attacks.


Golden-Crowned Kinglet

Golden-Crowned Kinglet – these tiny songbirds hang out in coniferous trees and eat an abundance of insects. They are vulnerable to window strikes and animal attacks.


Cedar Waxwing

Cedar Waxwing – these striking beauties love insects and fruit and can be seen in the Ottawa region all-year round. They are especially vulnerable to window strikes.


Mallard Duck

Mallard Duck – these ducks are a North American favourite, males have a flashy green head. These beautiful birds are vulnerable to litter (fishing lines and plastic waste) as well as car impacts.