Orphaned female moose calf gets a future at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve
At 9 months old visitors can now see the newest addition to the Preserve's wildlife residents family. Read the story here.
YWP sends rehabilitated swans south for release
A tundra swan and trumpeter swan spent most of the winter at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve after they missed migration. Luckily there is another way! Read the media release here.
The dog that actually isn't a dog at all
The small creature that was found by a family near Marsh Lake during the Easter weekend of 2014 has created a lot of buzz. Thought originally to be a puppy only days old it was brought eventually to the Wildlife Preserve and can certainly be confirmed as a Red Fox.
We did it! Thank you to everyone for the outpouring of support, donations and encouragement. The fox will be staying at the Preserve and building plans are under way to have his new enclosure built before the winter....stay tuned!
This Spring season has started off very successful and full of cuteness.
As of August 23rd the Wildlife Preserve has been blessed with over 22 baby animals. Current count is as follows:
2 bison calves, about 10 mule deer fawn, 5 muskox calves, 8 thinhorn lambs, 4 mountain goad kids, 4 lynx kittens
Stay tuned for more updates as they come.