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...
Doctor visit:  Mountain Goats!

Doctor visit: Mountain Goats!

Doctor visit: Mountain Goats! 8 min read –  During daily rounds to check on the health of the residents, Animal Care staff notice that the eldest male goat, Geronimo, appears to have a cracked hoof. Staff veterinarian Dr. Maria Hallock is concerned he may have...