The Hope for Wildlife Society, located in Seaforth, Nova Scotia, was founded in 1997 and, until 2005, was known as The Eastern
Shore Wildlife Rehabilitation and Rescue Centre.
Our wildlife rehabilitation and education facility is entirely staffed by community volunteers.
Specializing in the care, treatment and rehabilitation of injured or orphaned native fur bearing mammals, sea birds and songbirds,
our facility has treated and released thousands of mammals and birds representing over 200 various species.
In addition to the treatment of indigenous wildlife, we have also treated non-indigenous species that have been confiscated
by the authorities or bought as pets and later abandoned.
Our facility is fully licensed and inspected, with a federal license for the rehabilitation of sea birds and a provincial
license for the rehabilitation of indigenous wildlife.