Wildlife Rescue: Miracles in Conservation

This summer only at Assiniboine Park Zoo!

May 20 – September 15, 2023

  • Located in the Doug Harvey, Jan Shute and Family Centre on the west side of the Zoo
  • Included with regular Zoo admission

This new exhibit features fascinating animals and incredible stories of wildlife conservation.

Wildlife Rescue: Miracles in Conservation tells the stories of real animals and the people who have dedicated their lives to helping them survive. Through interactive multimedia displays you’ll explore the stories of threatened and endangered animals, and how modern zoos, aquariums, and conservation organizations have brought many back from the brink of extinction.

Animal care specialists will help guide you on your journey of discovery and you may even have the opportunity to have an impromptu interaction with an animal!  

Featured Species

  • Ferrets
  • Sulcata tortoise
  • Barn owl
  • Dwarf caiman
  • Mexican red knee tarantula
  • Cane toad
  • Crested gecko
  • Poison dart frogs
  • Louisiana pine snake
  • Hog Island boas
  • Big-headed turtle
  • Indonesian blue tongue skink

Animal interactions will take place at the discretion of wildlife caretakers. Animal welfare is always the highest priority. 

Graphic - barn owl on the top, tortoise on the bottom, logo for Wildlife Rescue in the middle.

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