Wildlife Animal Caretaker Wildlife Animal Caretaker Langley, Canada Critter Care Wildlife
Critter Care Wildlife Society has been in operation since 1984. We specialize in the treatment, care and release of native mammal species. We're not government funded.

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Project Details

Rescuing wildlife since 1984, each year we save over 3,000 animals.

Critter Care Wildlife Society specializes in the treatment, care and release of sick, injured and orphaned Native Mammal species of British Columbia’s Southern and Lower Mainland.  With over 30 years experience, we take pride in being an industry leader.

We're located in Langley, British Columbia which is approximately 50 minutes from Vancouver.  We're situated on a 6 acre plot of land and have over 40 habitat enclosures.  We rescue all native mammals which include Black Bear Cubs/River Otters/Raccoons/Beavers/Skunks and much much more!

We take great pride in being an industry leader as we offer top notch care to the animals that come in to care, you must be willing to help keep this up by always putting the animals first.

This program is suitable for ages 18+, We offer accommodations and food, this is all included. We accept applications year round, spots fill up quickly.

What to expect:

SUMMER:
BABIES BABIES BABIES!!!  if you would like to hand raise neonate babies this is when you should come.  The hours are long and the work load is heavy, however you will love all the experiences during this time.

WINTER:
The majority of the animals on site are adult animals that are injured.  You will also be caring for animals that will need to be cared for over winter as they will get released in the spring.


THE PERFECT PERSON FOR THIS ROLE:
You must be outgoing and willing to listen to instructions, wildlife can be dangerous at times.  You don't need to have any experience as we will train you the correct ways to do things.  You don't mind cleaning and getting dirty, you will be dirty 99% of the time. YOU MUST LOVE ANIMALS and be willing to offer them the highest level of care, the animals come first. 


In addition to rehabilitation we are involved in community based education programs at primary levels. We work to educate the public through involvement in civic groups, seniors homes and assist other wildlife management organizations. Our internship program has reached a new landmark this year, extending invitations to more than 25 collegiate or post graduate students from every continent on the planet but Antarctica!...So far.
The main focus of the project is on
NPO Status
Yes, registered non-profit organization
Foundation Year
1984
Contact Person
Nathan Wagstaffe
Nathan Wagstaffe
Spoken Languages
English

Social Impact

For the last 30 years we have been a part of the Greater British Columbia Community serving its people and its wildlife through education and rehabilitation. 

We are principally volunteer driven and depend solely on the support of the public 
to further our success. We are deeply grateful for your continued generosity
Pursued Sustainable Development Goals

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