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Rehab Squirrels are Seriously Cute!

Rehab Squirrels are Seriously Cute!

4 minute read - Whether a squirrel or a bear, the Preserve provides care to Yukon's most vulnerable animals. These squirrels are learning important life lessons and are seriously cute, hungry, picky and really sleepy actually!Lindsay joined the Wildlife Preserve team...

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Muskox – I’m a Survivor!

Muskox – I’m a Survivor!

4 minute read - The muskox is an adaptable animal. In the face of climate change a generalist diet with a slow metabolism helped this species survive through the last ice age and to today while other megafauna, like woolly mammoths, went extinct. During Beringia there...

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Short Eared Owl Release

Short Eared Owl Release

VideoJoin Animal Care Assistant, Erica as she shares the successful release story of a longer-term patient, a short-eared owl!  The owl arrived in Fall 2021 and was released in Spring 2022.Spring 2022 this owl was returned to the wild after being struck by a vehicle...

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Golden Eagle Gets Second Chance

Golden Eagle Gets Second Chance

Photo credit:  L. CaskenetteA golden eagle was admitted Wednesday evening, November 24th 2021, to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre. This individual, who is quite a bit bigger than the last golden eagle in our care, was found by a member of the public in the middle...

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Preparing for Winter – Adaption or Bust!

Preparing for Winter – Adaption or Bust!

10 min read -Some winters in the Yukon can be severe, and other years, they can be mild. Weather patterns are fickle and may change day by day. As the winter season may last for up to nearly six months, animals in the wild have several preparations to perform before...

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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.  The team is back again this year with new, special...

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Northern Neck Tubes

Northern Neck Tubes

6 min readThe Visitor Services team is working hard to connect with local artist to bring the connections to nature home with you. We strongly feel that by taking the time to explore these partnerships we can create unique items that guests to the Preserve can take...

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Northern Wildlife Inspired Artwork

Northern Wildlife Inspired Artwork

5 min read These mugs have literally been years in the making. Lindsay, Manager of Visitor Services has been working with local ceramic's artist Astrid Kruse to create something exceptionally unique for the Yukon Wildlife Preserve and its visitors.  The Visitor...

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A Day with an Animal Care Assistant

A Day with an Animal Care Assistant

8 minute read. My name is Abbey, I am a part-time animal care assistant and part-time wildlife interpreter here at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve for the summer of 2021. I am a biology major at the University of Winnipeg. Fall 2021 I start my second year of my degree....

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Hungry Hungry Hipp… Moose!

Hungry Hungry Hipp… Moose!

2 minutes video plus short introduction and photo timeline.He's hungry - drinking 4pints of milk replacer in 1 minute and 37seconds. This happens 5 times a day! On May 24, 2021, the Yukon Wildlife Preserve received a baby male moose from Conservation Officer Services....

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Busy Times & Hungry Critters in Care

Busy Times & Hungry Critters in Care

This story was originally published July 10 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 preferences.Mew Gull x2 Location...

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What’s That Scat?

What’s That Scat?

4 minute read. As we are out enjoying some of the many trails the Yukon has to offer, we often have to watch our step to make sure we’re not putting our boots in something smelly! These unexpected trail obstacles can be great indicators of whose habitat we are walking...

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