Please note that BPQ is NOT involved in the rescue and care of injured birds.
Wild bird rehabilitation is not our area of expertise and we CANNOT accept injured birds from the public.
However … we get many approaches every year from members of the public who have found an abandoned nestling or an injured bird and don’t know what to do with them.
Most frequent questions people have can be answered by:
The very detailed website of the Urban Nature Information Service run by the McGill University Department of Natural Resources Sciences at http://unis.mcgill.ca/en/uw/index.html
Birds including waterfowl, woodpeckers, and songbirds can be referred to the rehabilitation service below:
637 Main Road
email / courriel: firstname.lastname@example.org
For a bird of prey, such as falcons, hawks, and owls contact :
Union québécoise de réhabilitation des oiseaux de proie (UQROP)
Saint-Hyacinthe (Québec) J2S 7B6
450 773-8521 poste 8545
514 345-8521 poste 8545
La Clinique des oiseaux de proie
Faculté de médecine vétérinaire Université de Montréal
3200 rue Sicotte
Saint-Hyacinthe, Québec 514-345-8521 (poste 8427)
Other resources that may able to help you are:
- The SPCA of Montreal (514-735-2711) will accept birds until 11pm every day. le Nichoir has a volunteer that goes there daily to pick up the birds.
- You can also try contacting La Faune et parcs de Quebec at 1-866-248-6936 who may know of a facility closer to you if you are not in the Montreal region.
For concerns about bats, contact:
Zoo de Granby
525, rue Saint-Hubert
Granby (Québec) J2G 5P3
1 877 472-6299