As you can guess, the Ecomuseum Zoo’s team is completely filled with people passionate about animals. This passion doesn’t stop at 5 p.m., so animal-related movies are always very popular among us! Here are a few of our team’s favorites to watch during spring’s rainy evenings!
Here are 5 simple ways to contribute to wildlife conservation in your own way!
Just a few weeks ago, the Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs (MFFP) celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Loi sur les espèces menacées ou vulnérables. During the celebrations our Executive Director, David Rodrigue, was honored to receive an MFFP Honorary Award for his outstanding contribution to research and to education related to threatened and vulnerable wildlife species. Discover why we're so proud!
Since its inception, the Ecomuseum Zoo has welcomed only non-releasable animals. To be more precise, these animals may be injured, orphaned or born under human care. Despite their rehabilitations, their situation would make survival in the wild impossible. As the zoo can't welcome injured animals directly from the hands of individuals, what can you do if you find an animal in need?
For the animal lover in you, or in your family, who wishes to partake in a memorable encounter with our animal ambassadors, we offer numerous options through our Experience+ activities. But what exactly?