A Helping Hoof

A Helping Hoof

A Helping Hoof 5 min read / photo essay – We do our best to provide large, safe habitats for all the Preserve’s residents. But accidents still happen. One of the most common reasons you’ll see an animal limping is due to sprains from Arctic Ground...
Love for the Lynx

Love for the Lynx

Love for the Lynx This story was originally published February 13, 2021 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...
A Convocation of Eagles

A Convocation of Eagles

A Convocation of Eagles What do the dates; August 7th, September 21st, and October 20th have in common?  Well, each of these days the Yukon Wildlife Preserve’s Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre received a new patient, with each those being an eagle. It started with...
Rehabilitation – A Wild Success

Rehabilitation – A Wild Success

Rehabilitation – A Wild Success 1 min video –  This juvenile bald eagle came to the Wildlife Rehabilitation and Research Centre in early July after it was found near Icy Waters on Fish Lake road, seemingly flightless.  An X-ray revealed an infection.  Dr....
Moose on the Move

Moose on the Move

Moose on the Move 3:47 video Our young orphaned moose has outgrown his room in the Preserve’s Research and Rehabilitation Centre. Today he’s on the move to a new – much larger – outdoor enclosure.  He will spend the next few months in this...
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...