July 9, 2017: 10am - 4pm at Wildlife Rescue Center
Admission is free, donations are appreciated! Check out our Wish List here and Reserve your tour time here.

Join us on Sunday, July 9 for the Wildlife Rescue Center's Annual Open House, from 10am to 4pm! Learn what goes on behind-the-scenes in an advanced wildlife rehabilitation operation.
  • Tour the rehabilitation facility!

  • Take a walk on the Nature Trail and see some wild neighbors that call the Center grounds home.

  • Visit with staff and volunteers, and learn about the mission of the Wildlife Rescue Center.

  • Meet local nonprofit exhibitors and learn about the work they're doing.

The Wildlife Rescue Center treats over two thousand injured or orphaned wild animals every year. More than eighty percent of patients treated are admitted due to an incident that is directly or indirectly human-caused. Through nature inspired education programs, the Center promotes environmental awareness and encourages the protection of our delicate ecosystems.

Our Mission: To preserve and protect Mexican wolves, red wolves and other wild canid species, with purpose and passion, through carefully managed breeding, reintroduction and inspiring education programs. Our vision is a world where endangered wolves and other wild canids exist and thrive in their native habitats, recognized and valued for their vital roles as leading members of a healthy ecosystem.

GeesePeace St. Louis provides a model program for the humane and effective management of urban Canada geese. GeesePeace St. Louis is a local 501(c)(3) nonprofit, all volunteer organization. GeesePeace St. Louis works in cooperation with the Humane Society of Missouri, Wildlife Rescue Center, Missouri Department of Conservation, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.