The Animals

The animals at NLWS include bears, moose, deer, and other wildlife. They are rehabilitated for release back into the wild, promoting species conservation and ecological balance.

They are the reason!

Meet The Animals

The Northern Lights Wildlife Society is home to a diverse array of wildlife, including bears, moose, deer, and more. These animals are often orphaned or injured, requiring specialized care and rehabilitation. Through NLWS's efforts, these animals are given a second chance at life, with the ultimate goal of releasing them back into their natural habitats.

Black Bear


Tobi was found in rough shape in Tobiano BC. Lydia Koot captured her on January 31. Tobi is making an amazing recovery and already went from 18lb to 53lb.

Black Bear


Sus-yax was captured by NLWS on March 15 near Fort Fraser and weight in at 20lb. She is recovering very well.

Black Bear


Terry was captured in Kitimat by Conservation Officers on February 7 and weight in at only 14lb. She had a slow but steady recovery.

Black Bear


Rose was captured in Grassy Plains on February 20 and weight in at 21lb. She is gaining weight quickly and growing well.

Black Bear


Kida was captured by Conservation Officers in Fort Babine on February 8 and weight in at only 15lb and is recovering at amazing pace.

Black Bear


Pascal was captured at Trout Creek on March 5, weighing in at only 18lb. She is recovering well!

Your Donations Save Lives!

Your donation saves Lives  Donating to Northern Lights Wildlife Shelter saves wildlife by providing crucial resources for their care, such as food, shelter, and medical treatment. The shelter rescues and re-wilds injured or orphaned wildlife, giving them a second chance at life. Your donation can directly contribute to the well-being and survival of these vulnerable species.