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Edmonton Valley Zoo

Edmonton Valley Zoo

13315 Buena Vista Road (87th Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta
http://www.edmonton.ca/attractions_recreation/attractions...

The Edmonton Valley Zoo is moving forward to become a leading example of how a small zoo can make a huge difference in our world through a focus on stewardship, conservation, education and engagement.

Photo Credit: http://www.polarbearsinternational.org/sites/default/files/styles/inside_full/public/screen_shot_2012-11-10_at_7.34.38_am.png?itok=4U_Qij8R

Text Credit: http://edmonton.ca/attractions_recreation/attractions/edmonton_valley_zoo/new-vision-for-valley-zoo.aspx

NEWS FEED
  • Festival of Lights
    guestBook Guestbook/ dorotea/ May 18, 2017

    One of the most magical experiences in the dark months of winter is Zoominescence: A Festival of Light. The Valley Zoo hold a beautiful winter festival where they string up lights on the trees, festive decorations and displays and hold all sorts of activities as well such as skating, photo booths, and other animal-oriented activities. Their team of volunteers are always friendly and helpful, and the cheer you feel just from walking through has made it one of my most favourite family activities.

  • The Edmonton Valley Zoo
    guestBook Guestbook/ Gorbatenko/ Sep 4, 2015

    Not only is the Edmonton Valley Zoo an amazing place for children, I, as a teenager, had an extremely great time just looking at all the different animals and activities that the zoo has to offer!

  • All for one and one for all
    guestBook Guestbook/ nkadry1/ Feb 21, 2015 All for one and one for all

    As Canadians we like to look at life in a more democratic perspective; working together in harmony is what we believe will get us to achieve our collective goals - a goal of having a multicultural community coexisting together creating a strong unifying feeling amongst Canadians. In this photo I have taken - a picture of a dam built by beavers - it is highlighting the positive connotations that come with team work. This emphasizes Canadians ability to build and create many achievements when there is the presence of a collective effort and responsibilities. Like beavers, Canadians need eachother to be able to "build a dam," and maintain its stability for we hold a mentality that is based off of our favourite saying "one for all and all for one."

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Which of these animals has the largest litter size of any carnivore…up to 22 young per litter?

Sharks Artic foxes Lions Polar bears
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Edmonton Valley Zoo

Edmonton Valley Zoo

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Which of these animals has the largest litter size of any carnivore…up to 22 young per litter?

Sharks Artic foxes Lions Polar bears
NEWS FEED
  • Festival of Lights
    guestBook Guestbook/ dorotea/ May 18, 2017

    One of the most magical experiences in the dark months of winter is Zoominescence: A Festival of Light. The Valley Zoo hold a beautiful winter festival where they string up lights on the trees, festive decorations and displays and hold all sorts of activities as well such as skating, photo booths, and other animal-oriented activities. Their team of volunteers are always friendly and helpful, and the cheer you feel just from walking through has made it one of my most favourite family activities.

  • The Edmonton Valley Zoo
    guestBook Guestbook/ Gorbatenko/ Sep 4, 2015

    Not only is the Edmonton Valley Zoo an amazing place for children, I, as a teenager, had an extremely great time just looking at all the different animals and activities that the zoo has to offer!

  • All for one and one for all
    guestBook Guestbook/ nkadry1/ Feb 21, 2015 All for one and one for all

    As Canadians we like to look at life in a more democratic perspective; working together in harmony is what we believe will get us to achieve our collective goals - a goal of having a multicultural community coexisting together creating a strong unifying feeling amongst Canadians. In this photo I have taken - a picture of a dam built by beavers - it is highlighting the positive connotations that come with team work. This emphasizes Canadians ability to build and create many achievements when there is the presence of a collective effort and responsibilities. Like beavers, Canadians need eachother to be able to "build a dam," and maintain its stability for we hold a mentality that is based off of our favourite saying "one for all and all for one."

The Edmonton Valley Zoo is moving forward to become a leading example of how a small zoo can make a huge difference in our world through a focus on stewardship, conservation, education and engagement.

13315 Buena Vista Road (87th Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta
http://www.edmonton.ca/attractions_recreation/a...
@CityofEdmonton
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Photo: http://www.polarbearsinternational.org/sites/default/files/styles/inside_full/public/screen_shot_2012-11-10_at_7.34.38_am.png?itok=4U_Qij8R