Quora & Tavo
These two cougar siblings were born July 2018. Being native to Alberta, they are an amazing ambassador species. They are still young and everyday is play day!
Is our newest bear! A Kodiak cub born January 17, 2017. She has been winning the hearts of our visitors and Facebook friends alike. Watch for her antics on our Facebook videos and come to visit her here at the Park! You can also have your photo taken with Berkley at our awesome Bear Presentations!
Griffin & Zendaya
Our two lions were born Dec 24, 2014 and have been a wonderful addition to our Park! They take part in the Lion Presentations and offer visitors an up close experience with them during our Behind the Scenes Cat Tours as well.
Our beautiful white black bear! Yes, black bears can be white too! They can also be honey, cinnamon, chocolate… pretty much every shade of brown all the way to black and even blue-black. Maskwa was orphaned in the wild in 2004 in Manitoba and has been with us since 2009.
Kuna & Raikin
These two raccoons were orphaned at the same time as Gruff the bear in 2013, so our keepers had their hands full hand raising and training both raccoons plus a black bear!
Friendly and clean and fun. I highly recommend everyone visit. The gift store and restaurant is available on site.
We spent the better part of the day here and we had a lot of fun! This park takes in unwanted/abandoned animals and gives them a “forever” home. The enclosures are good and are kept VERY clean. The presentations are very informative and entertaining. My 7 year old had a great time and we will go back next time we are in the area.
We took some guest here who are not from North America and they loved being able to see some of our North American animals up close and personal. A great place for families with young children.
I am so happy to see a park so well kept up and clean!
Discovery Wildlife Park…..where everyone can learn the most amazing things. Everytime we go, it’s a new adventure!
It is amazing what your staff and park are doing to help these animals. It makes me happy that these animals have a safe place to live and are taken such good care of…. every single staff member at the Park was amazing and terrific!
Adventure #1 was a short jaunt south down Hwy 2 to Discovery Wildlife Park. I knew the 9 and 10 year olds would like it but imagined a couple hours with the teenagers grumbling. I was so wrong! We spent over five hours walking, talking, looking at and learning about all these amazing animals and everyone had a blast. I am not a fan of circuses or zoos normally, but this place is a safe haven and conservation park that is taking care of animals that have been hurt or abandoned and otherwise would have nowhere else to go. Our kids came away exhausted and with a new appreciation of protecting wildlife and conservation of their habitats. This was a truly enlightening experience.