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We care for Yukon’s injured and orphaned wildlife to give them a second chance at life. Your gift will help us give them the best possible veterinary care – and get them back on their feet or wings!

Visit Year Around

Experience Yukon wildlife in their element. Find 12 iconic species in large natural habitats. Walk the 5km loop or join a guided bus tour.

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Members experience 4 seasons of Yukon wildlife with family and friends. And its one of the best deals around.

Iconic Yukon Wildlife

Experience 12+ iconic Yukon species in large natural landscapes. Find out more about the our wildlife.




Getting There

Location
Km 8 / Mile 5
Takhini Hot Springs Road
Directions
We are located a 30 minute drive from Whitehorse
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Transportation
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Current Conditions
Weather Closures




Admission

General Admission
$16 / Adult (18+)
$9 / Child (4-17)
$0 / Infant (0-3)

Bus Tour + General Admission
$24 / Adult (18+)
$17 / Child (4-17)

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Membership
Get an annual pass and visit all year long.

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FAQ, Rules and Accessibility



Hours

Open Daily
9:30am to 6:00pm
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Guided Bus Tours

  • 10 am
  • 12 noon
  • 2 pm
  • 4 pm
Upcoming Events
Exlusive Experiences

Experience Yukon Wildlife

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Experience 12+ iconic Yukon species in large natural landscapes over 350 acres.
Explore the 5km / 3mi (350 acre ) loop on foot or join a guided bus tour.
Open year around so you can experience Yukon wildlife in their element.
Play outside like the good old days with summer Nature Camps and educational programming for schools and groups.

Google Reviews

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Eleanor Scott
Eleanor Scott
18:02 10 Mar 19
We enjoyed the guided bus tour on a sunny clear afternoon. We were lucky enought to get a good look of all the animals in the care of the preserve including the shy lynx, arctic and red foxes and Musk Ox. The driver/interpreter was knowledgeable and well paced. A great excursion if you are in the area
Valerie Yuen
Valerie Yuen
21:22 07 Mar 19
We had a great time at the wildlife preserve. Overall was a 5km walk to check out many wild animals. We saw some bison, moose, deer, elk... and arctic fox!! We spent almost 2 hours walking and taking our time on a clear sunny day. Would definitely come back.
Ethan Clarke
Ethan Clarke
01:06 03 Mar 19
Interesting selection of local animals. Could use some enclosures to protect the humans from the wind. Come well dressed!
Elizabeth Carette
Elizabeth Carette
06:36 11 Feb 19
I absolutely love the Yukon Wildlife Preserve! A great opportunity to see wildlife up close and a nice 5km walk around in all seasons. Staff are friendly and knowledgable and the cost is very reasonable, especially if you buy a season's pass. All in all a great place to spend a few hours!
Caitlyn MacMaster
Caitlyn MacMaster
00:56 12 Nov 18
Lots of interesting wildlife. Informative signs - even better if you do the bus tour, as the staff are very knowledgeable and have great stories about the animals. See elk, bison, mule deer, moose, sheep, mountain goats, caribou, lynx, foxes, and muskoxen! Beautiful scenery, too! If you're local, definitely worth the annual pass. Good value!
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Current Weather

Weather at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve can be quite different from downtown Whitehorse. Get the latest from the Preserve's weather station:

Quick Facts

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Yukon Wildlife Preserve Operating Society (YWPOS) is a registered charity and not-for-profit society. We are located on the Takhini Hot Springs Corridor just outside Whitehorse, Yukon and open year around.

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animals over 350 acres

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iconic Yukon species in large natural habitats

 

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Home to Yukon’s only Wildlife Rehabilitation  facility

 

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accredited members of Canada’s Accredited Zoos and Aquariums

 



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1 day ago

We're so amooosed! - we cannot get enough of Watson and his enthusiastic feeding and bobbing ears😍!

Come check him out for yourself this weekend. He gets fed at Noon and 4pm.

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Watson the orphaned moose is thriving at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve. He's bigger now, but still adorable.

2 days ago

Catch the cuteness that is a moose calf bottle feeding - Watson's moose feedings will be at 12pm and 4pm daily.

This feeding schedule is expected to continue to Monday only as we plan to introduce ... See more

Three months after he first arrived at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve, Watson the orphaned moose is healthy and thriving. He's also ready to be seen by the public.

4 days ago

It's been too long since our last update on Watson, but we've got exciting news to share! This morning Animal Care Staff led him out into a publically viewable exhibit. He's taking some time in a ... See more

5 days ago

Passport to the World/Passeport pour le Monde toured the Yukon Wildlife Preserve's 700 acres of unique landscape and life, and you can too! Learn more about who we are and what we do through this ... See more

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Our mission is to connect our visitors to the natural world through memorable experiences in large natural landscapes. We care for Yukon’s most vulnerable wildlife and build nature literacy through engaging programs. Join us in building communities that are wild at heart!

Yukon Wildlife Preserve
Box 20191
Whitehorse, Yukon
Y1A 7A2

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