Meet The North: The Gift that Keeps Giving!

Meet The North: The Gift that Keeps Giving!

Meet The North: The Gift that Keeps Giving! Each of the last 2 years we have had the immense pleasure of connecting with northerners passionate about promoting local, connecting people and place and supporting the Yukon Wildlife Preserve and Yukon’s wildlife. ...
Carrots for the Critters

Carrots for the Critters

Carrots for the Critters This story was originally published December 12, 2020 in the e-blast newsletter to Yukon Wildlife Preserve’s membership. Are you a member but don’t receive these email Newsletters?  Contact us at info@yukonwildlife.ca to update...
A-Moosing Move

A-Moosing Move

A-Moosing Move This story was originally published October 24, 2020 in the e-blast newsletter to Yukon Wildlife Preserve’s membership. Are you a member but don’t receive these email Newsletters?  Contact us at info@yukonwildlife.ca to update your email...
Golden Eagle:  Scapular Fracture

Golden Eagle: Scapular Fracture

Golden Eagle: Scapular Fracture This story was originally published August 8, 2020 in the e-blast newsletter to Yukon Wildlife Preserve’s membership. Are you a member but don’t receive these email Newsletters?  Contact us at info@yukonwildlife.ca to update...
Lynx in 360 Video

Lynx in 360 Video

Lynx in 360 Video 3:50 min video –  Lynx are the Feline, or cat, of the North. This carnivore has adapted well to its home in the Boreal forest with camouflage, excellent vision and hearing, large furred paws and long powerful legs. They are not the cuddling...
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...
Muskox Get Shaggy

Muskox Get Shaggy

Muskox Get Shaggy 2 minute read –  In late Spring, Muskox start to look pretty shaggy and not very impressive.  They look like they could use a good combing – why is that? To best answer the question…..let’s first talk a bit about muskox. Muskox live on...
Mother’s Day Tribute

Mother’s Day Tribute

Mother’s Day Tribute 1.5 Min Video –  Whether we are human or a furry animal, we can’t do it without our Mothers! They nurture and care for us, setting us on the path to a healthy and successful life.  Join us in this tribute to mothers everywhere, of all...
Wildlife Q&A

Wildlife Q&A

Wildlife Q&A 5 Min Video –  We love finding out what makes kids curious!  We asked kids to send us their video questions about the Preserve and Yukon’s wildlife.  Watch the video to hear YWP staff answer: Do Caribou go in big groups?  And if they do, how...