YWP to Reopen

YWP to Reopen

YWP to Reopen The Yukon Wildlife Preserve re-opens to the public Monday June 1st, 2020. The Preserve closed March 23rd, 2020 for the safety and wellbeing of our animals, staff and visitors. The Preserve will be open daily from 10:30am to 5:30pm with modified services....
COVID Reponse

COVID Reponse

COVID Reponse The Yukon Wildlife Preserve remains temporarily closed. But our team is hard at work providing top quality food and care to our 200+ animals. Without visitors to offset our ongoing costs of the daily care and feeding of these animals, your support is...
Covid-19 Closure

Covid-19 Closure

Covid-19 Closure I am sorry to announce that the Yukon Wildlife Preserve will close to the public. This closure is effective immediately. I’m expecting this closure to be at least to the end of April. We felt that staying open was no longer compatible with the...
Winter Is Here!

Winter Is Here!

Winter Is Here! If you read this from anywhere other than North of 60th, you may ask yourself why do we specify again that winter is here, given that it can – by now – be considered common knowledge that winters in the Yukon last up to 6 months. Well, as a...
Connecting You To Winter!

Connecting You To Winter!

Connecting You To Winter! The Yukon Wildlife Preserve has seen incredible growth, especially over the last 6 of its 15 years. The Yukon is also seeing a growth in winter tourism, and locals alike wanting to get outside, explore, be active and appreciate the beauty of...
Defining Who We Are

Defining Who We Are

Defining Who We Are We have a lot to be thankful for this fall! This summer we received the largest single donation in the Preserve’s 15 year history. Steve Smyth donated a whopping $25,000 in August! Its humbling but also energizing to know how much our...