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Our most valuable service is the Wildlife Helpline, which operates 12 hours per day, 365 days per year. Our volunteers and summer student employees have been trained to advise callers on how to handle a range of situations and to help prevent or solve human-wildlife conflict issues. Through the helpline, we not only improve wildlife protection but also raise wildlife conservation awareness in Saskatchewan.

Demand for WRSOS services are growing rapidly as a result of an increase in urbanization and encroachment onto wildlife habitat, greater awareness of our organization, referrals to our services by local, provincial and federal governments, and an increase in societal compassion for animals. In the 16 years since WRSOS was founded, we have experienced a dramatic increase in calls – from 177 in 2006 to over 5,000 in 2022/23 – highlighting the need for an organization like the WRSOS in Saskatchewan.


The WRSOS operates a wildlife emergency helpline, which is monitored from 9 AM to 5 PM, 365 days per year. The hotline is managed by volunteers using a triage system, so calls are prioritized by urgency. During the spring and summer we receive very high call volumes, which may result in delays. Please review our Wildlife section for information to see if there is anything that you can do to help.


In 2020/21 our statistics were:

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