Phase 2 – Increasing Services

Phase 2 – Increasing Services

Phase 2 – Increasing Services The Yukon Wildlife Preserve reopened to the public June 1st, 2020 with Phase 1. The Preserve closed March 23rd, 2020 for the safety and well-being of our animals, staff and visitors. The Preserve is open daily from 10:30am to 5:30pm...
What’s in the Feed Station: Moose?

What’s in the Feed Station: Moose?

What’s in the Feed Station: Moose? 3:45 min Video – Hello and welcome to the moose feeding station! The feeding stations exist to make my job easier. Inside they have a big bag of pellets, a bale of hay, a bucket and scoop, a rake, a shovel, a pitchfork, a...
Royal and Magnificent Elk

Royal and Magnificent Elk

Royal and Magnificent Elk 1.5 min read – Have you seen our bull elk lately – striding regally across his habitat like a king checking his realm? The magnificence of the elk and his European cousin, the red deer stag, has inspired many legends and made its...
Red Fox in 360 Video

Red Fox in 360 Video

Red Fox in 360 Video 4.5 min video – watch in either English or French – Wild and curious Red Foxes are a common sight in the Yukon. The natural adaptability and resourcefulness of this species makes them well-suited to coping with human presence, but...
Arctic Fox Adaptations in 360 Video

Arctic Fox Adaptations in 360 Video

Arctic Fox Adaptations in 360 Video 4 min video – watch in either English or French –  Surviving in the North is not for everyone. Those who make it need more than strength and endurance, they also need the ability to adapt to a challenging climate! Arctic...