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    Experience 12+ iconic Yukon species in large natural landspes. Find out more about the our wildlife.

    Visit Year Around

    Experience Yukon wildlife in their element. Find 12 iconic species in large natural habitats. Walk the 5km loop or join a guided bus tour.

    Become a Member

    Members experience 4 seasons of Yukon wildlife with family and friends. And its one of the best deals around.

    The Preserve is open daily!

    The outdoors is one of the safest, healthiest spaces to spend time. We’re taking steps to keep your visit to the Preserve safe. Find out more about the current COVID protocols in place at the Preserve.

    Help Us Keep Yukon Wild At Heart

    We re for Yukon’s injured and orphaned wildlife to give them a second chance at life. Your gift will help us give them the best possible veterinary re – and get them back on their feet or wings!

    Tickets and Tours

    Open Daily
    10:30am to 6:00pm
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    General Admission

    (walking / self-propelled)
    $17 / Adult (19+)
    $10 / Child (4-18)
    $0 / Infant (0-3)
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    Bus Tour Schedule

    Daily 11am, 1pm & 3pm.

    Bus Tour + General Admission
    $26 / Adult (19+)
    $19 / Child (4-18)
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    $17 / 2.5hrs (Winter Only)
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    Experience Yukon Wildlife

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    Experience 12+ iconic Yukon species in large natural landspes over 350 acres.
    Explore the 5km / 3mi (350 acre ) loop on foot or join a guided bus tour.
    Open year around so you n experience Yukon wildlife in their element.
    Play outside like the good old days with summer Nature mps and edutional programming for schools and groups.

    Get a Deeper Appreciation

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    Check out our latest articles on Yukon’s wildlife or browse all articles here.

    Annual Report for 2021-22

    Contents About the Preserve in 2021-22 President's Report Executive Director's Report Operations Report Animal re Report Wildlife Rehabilitation Report Visitors Services Report Edution and Programing Report The Preserve in 2022-23 AGM Details Tuesday, July 12th,...

    Rehab Squirrels are Seriously Cute!

    4 minute read -?Whether a squirrel or a bear, the Preserve provides re 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...

    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...

    Short Eared Owl Release

    VideoJoin Animal re Assistant, Eri 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...

    Golden Eagle Gets Second Chance

    Photo credit:? L. skenetteA 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 re, was found by a member of the public in the middle...

    Preparing for Winter – Adaption or Bust!

    10 min read -Some winters in the Yukon n be severe, and other years, they n 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...

    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 lol, connecting people and place and supporting the Yukon Wildlife Preserve and Yukon's wildlife.? The team is back again this year with new, special...

    Northern Neck Tubes

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

    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 lol?ceramic's artist Astrid Kruse?to create something exceptionally unique for the Yukon Wildlife Preserve and its visitors.? The Visitor...

    A Day with an Animal re Assistant

    8 minute read. My name is Abbey, I am a part-time animal re 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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    Jess Pizzol
    Jess Pizzol
    00:55 09 Dec 19
    Very knowledgeable and friendly staff, I highly recommend taking the guided bus tour as it gives you the opportunity to learn from the guide about the history of the preserve and about the animals.
    Jeremy T
    Jeremy T
    12:18 24 Oct 19
    If you like taking pictures this place won't disappoint. Lots of photo ops to be had. The animals all appear healthy and the enclosures are huge. Staff were super friendly and helpful. Makes for a nice walk. A definite experience not to miss if visiting Whitehorse and surrounds.
    Sridhar Chilimuri
    Sridhar Chilimuri
    13:40 11 Oct 19
    It is in my opinion a glorified zoo with a beautiful lotion. The animals are all fenced in with limited space to move. The animals looked healthy and well managed. It takes about an hour or so to view them. You n walk, easy hike,or take a bus tour with a guide. I recommend the walk unless you have difficulty walking. The bus does stop and all animals are easily visible. If you do want to see such a wide variety in a small space this would be a place to go. Adequate parking - not much of food - some soft drinks. Easy drive from White Horse.
    Kimberly Jakeman
    Kimberly Jakeman
    16:35 09 Sep 19
    Great place to get a look at some of the beautiful animals. We were very lucky to be able to see each animal which is not always the se. The guide was great and very knowledgeable. They have a bus route where you n jump on and off to see the animals close up or you n do a walking tour. Well worth the visit
    Ginger Dean
    Ginger Dean
    06:30 30 Jun 19
    Really great way to see some animals in their natural habitat. It's also edutional and they have information about each animal that is found native in that area. There's some beautiful views. When I went, I had the pleasure of seeing sheep, goats, mouse, bison, foxes, and elk. There were also babies and one of the elk was in the process of giving birth. Cool stuff! You n tell the animals are well red for.
    Eleanor Scott
    Eleanor Scott
    18:02 10 Mar 19
    We enjoyed the guided bus tour on a sunny clear afternoon. We were lucky enought to get a good look of all the animals in the re of the preserve including the shy lynx, arctic and red foxes and Musk Ox. The driver/interpreter was knowledgeable and well paced. A great excursion if you are in the area
    Valerie Yuen
    Valerie Yuen
    21:22 07 Mar 19
    We had a great time at the wildlife preserve. Overall was a 5km walk to check out many wild animals. We saw some bison, moose, deer, elk... and arctic fox!! We spent almost 2 hours walking and taking our time on a clear sunny day. Would definitely come back.
    Ethan Clarke
    Ethan Clarke
    01:06 03 Mar 19
    Interesting selection of lol animals. Could use some enclosures to protect the humans from the wind. Come well dressed!
    Elizabeth rette
    Elizabeth rette
    06:36 11 Feb 19
    I absolutely love the Yukon Wildlife Preserve! A great opportunity to see wildlife up close and a nice 5km walk around in all seasons. Staff are friendly and knowledgable and the cost is very reasonable, especially if you buy a season's pass. All in all a great place to spend a few hours!
    itlyn MacMaster
    itlyn MacMaster
    00:56 12 Nov 18
    Lots of interesting wildlife. Informative signs - even better if you do the bus tour, as the staff are very knowledgeable and have great stories about the animals. See elk, bison, mule deer, moose, sheep, mountain goats, ribou, lynx, foxes, and muskoxen! Beautiful scenery, too!If you're lol, definitely worth the annual pass. Good value!
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    Quick Facts


    Yukon Wildlife Preserve Operating Society (YWPOS) is a registered charity and not-for-profit society. We are loted on the Takhini Hot Springs Corridor just outside Whitehorse, Yukon and open year around.


    animals over 350 acres


    iconic Yukon species in large natural habitats



    Home to Yukon’s only Wildlife Rehabilitation? facility


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    accredited members of nada’s Accredited Zoos and Aquariums


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    Our mission is to connect our visitors to the natural world through memorable experiences in large natural landspes. We re for Yukon’s most vulnerable wildlife and build nature literacy through engaging programs. Join us in building communities that are wild at heart!

    Yukon Wildlife Preserve
    Box 20191
    Whitehorse, Yukon
    Y1A 7A2

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