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  • SFFP&Z Designated A National Historic Site!

    You'll want to know that the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo site celebrated its 100 year anniversary in 2013 and has been designated a National Historic Site. The Forestry Farm, in its 55 years as a working nursery station, shipped out 147 million trees for shelterbelts and reforestation in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

  • Ouch!

    We vaccinate our snowy owls, great grey owls , miniature horses and mountain goats every year against west Nile virus.


  • Time to wake up!

    Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo grizzly bears, Mistaya and Koda have successfully completed their first hibernation. Mistaya and Koda started hibernating on December 5, 2016, and completed their hibernation on March 17, 2017. “We monitored the bears throughout their first hibernation, gathering data that can be used in future research projects,” said Tim Sinclair-Smith, Manager, SFFP&Z. After just over three months of hibernation, the bears have lost some weight, but due to not hibernating for ten years, they still have considerable fat reserves. Mistaya and Koda will be offered small amounts of vegetables; the same food they would find in the wild after hibernation.



  • The Saskatoon Zoo Foundation

    The Saskatoon Zoo Foundation is an organization of volunteers that raises funds for capital improvements within the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo. The Saskatoon Zoo is the only one in Saskatchewan and is accredited by the Canadian Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The Park and Zoo receive over 200,000 visitors annually.

    Recent Saskatoon Zoo Foundation Commitments/Activity through Fundraising

    Project Value of Project Zoo Foundation
    Contributions
         
    Raptor Roost $150,000 $125,000
    ARK Phase I $600,000 $600,000
    ARK Phase II $375,000 $375,000
    Flight Rehab Centre $260,000 $260,000
    Playground $250,000 $250,000
    Bear Exhibit $325,000 $275,000
    Education Centre $1,220,000 $885,000
    Monkey House $225,000 $25,000
    Komodo Island $40,000 $40,000
         
    TOTAL $3,445,000 $2,835,000

    The Saskatoon Zoo Foundation Board is composed of the following members for 2015/2016:

    Board Member Position
       
    David Engdahl President/Chair
    Ivan Bergerman Past-President
    Christopher Moore Treasurer
    Keith Weisgerber Director
    Andrew Davidson Director
    Rob Johnston Director
    Cathy Sarich Director
    Tina Searcy Director
       
    Dawn Woroniuk Executive Director
    Judi Burkell Administrative Assistant
    Tim Sinclair-Smith Manager / Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo



    For more information please contact:

    Saskatoon Zoo Foundation,

    1903 Forestry Farm Park Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7S 1G9

    306.975.2250 306.975.3326 Fax

    www.saskatoonzoofoundation.ca

Recent Projects

Affinity Learning Center


Kinsmen Bear Exhibit


The Animal Themed Accesible Park Playground


The PotashCorp Ark Visiting Animal Exhibit


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New Additions

The Saskatoon Zoo receives guest animals, wildlife that requires rehabilitation, as well as new exhibit animals that will reside permanently at the Zoo. Watch here for more information.

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Ongoing Projects

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