Welcome to Our Website!

We specialize in the rescue and care of birds of prey. Please visit the different pages on our site to see what we do and some great pictures of the birds we work with.

Thanks for stopping by!

Here is a picture of the Peregrine nest box at Envirofuels in Edmonton as of Friday the 10th of May.k 


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 Our Mission

     Alberta Society for Injured Birds of Prey was founded in 1987 to promote the health and welfare of birds of prey.

     Our activities include: rehabilitating injured and orphaned birds of prey to release them back to      the wild, working  to enhance raptor habitat, and monitoring local raptor populations.We hope to help people learn about birds of prey by giving them opportunities to see and experience first hand.


Volunteering     

     Our volunteer program involves about 4 hours a week. Volunteers help with transportation, treatments, maintance of the birds and facilities, as well as fundraising.

     Volunteers need to be 18 years of age and have their own transportation.

     If you wish to be involved give us a call at (780) 922-3024

 

 

109 Street Snowy Owl Release

We have some new pictures of the Snowy Owl we picked off a 17th floor balcony at 102 Ave and 109 St in Edmonton this last winter.  The guy called us after midnight concerned ( that's an understatement) that this owl had hit the window and was still on his balcony.  The owl had a concussion and needed food.  It was released here on April 2, the Tuesday.  John Kershaw, and Chris Uglanica, both photographers were on hand for some pictures.  


 

 

 

 
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