- Kawartha Wildlife Centre was founded in 2017
- KWC moves to a new facility in Ennismore, Ontario in Spring of 2018
- Ministry inspection granted
- Development of Education and Outreach Programs
-Community involvement commences
- Ministry inspection approved
- 3500 kids reached through KWC Education and Outreach Programs
- New board approved
To establish a rehabilitation centre for wildlife in Peterborough and the Kawarthas, and educate our community on how to care responsibly for wildlife.
To care for orphaned and injured Ontario wildlife and rehabilitate them back into their natural habitats.
Meet The Team
Thom Luloff is a Professor of Fish and Wildlife Sciences at Fleming College, having completed his degree in medical science from the University of Western Ontario. In addition to teaching he works as a research collaborator at the Toronto Zoo with the species at risk program. He is the Chair of Kawartha Wildlife Centre, bringing his expertise in animal ecology and biology to help guide the organization in making decisions that are ecologically sound and best serve Ontario's native species. Thom also serves as the Director of Education and Public Outreach for Kawartha Wildlife Centre and creates and coordinates the strategy to promote wildlife education in our local communities. Thom grew up on a farm outside of Pembroke Ontario and currently lives in Peterborough with this wife and three kids. His favourite colour is green and he has a dislike of chocolate ice cream.