Run Wild

by Yukon Wildlife Preserve Operating Society

  • Monday, 20 August 2018 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM (ADT)
  • Yukon Wildlife Preserve Km 8 Takhini Hot Springs Rd , Whitehorse, YT Y1A 7A2

Ticket Information

Type Price Quantity Subtotal

Youth ( 13 - 17 years old)

$10.00
0

Adult (18 and older)

$15.00
0

Senior (65yrs and older)

$12.00
0

Children ( 4 - 12 years old)

$7.00
0

Infant (under 3 years)

$0.00
0
Please make a donation if you are unable to attend or can help even more. Donation
$
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Overview

Run Wild is a 5 km run or walk around our scenic loop, bring your family, bring your friends or come and make some new ones as you help to raise money to continue the care of Yukon's wildlife. 

Details

Our 7th annual fun-run fundraiser is on Monday August 20th . Money generated from the event will go towards the care of injured and orphaned wildlife through our Wildlife Rehabilitation and Research Centre. 

Race Day Registration also available ( at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve) from 9:30am - 10:15am

Race starts at 10:30am at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve.

Space is limited to 100 participants among adults/senior/youth. Registration gift certificate bonus is limited to 100 participants and race bibs are limited to 102 bib wearing registrants. 

Attendees View All (13)

Cynthia Freeman

+ 2 guests

Sami Beebe

Ruth Siciliano

+ 1 guest

Jordi Mikeli-Jones

+ 1 guest

Anonymous

+ 2 guests

Anonymous

Anonymous

Goal Progress

10%

of $2,000

Attendees

13

Days to Buy

6

Yukon Wildlife Preserve
Km 8 Takhini Hot Springs Rd , Whitehorse, YT Y1A 7A2

20 August 2018
Monday, 20 August 2018 9:30 AM (ADT)

Organizer

Questions about this event?

Box 21118
Whitehorse , YT
Y1A 6P8

About This Charity

OUR MISSION The Yukon Wildlife Preserve is a 700-acre wildlife viewing facility located in Whitehorse,Yukon Territory, Canada. It is home to several species of northern ungulates, including muskox, moose, caribou, mountain sheep, elk, wood bison, and mule deer. It offers a full range of educational programs to the general public, including guided interpretive tours, self-guided exploration, on-site, experiential school programs for local students and summer Nature Camps for children. It also serves as the rescue and rehabilitation centre for northern bird and wildlife species in the Yukon.The Yukon Wildlife Preserve team is made up of a dedicated volunteer board of directors who employ 6 full-time staff to deliver the various programs and anywhere from 6-15 additional employees, usually summer students, during the busier summer months.The Preserve also hosts interns, volunteers, post-secondary research programs and northern environmental monitoring activities.