Iguana – native to Mexico, Central America, parts of the Caribbean, parts of South America

Hey Animal Lovers

We have become the biggest little tourist attraction in Surrey with a steady stream of people coming to our doors wanting to learn about the exotic animals we rescue.

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3 Toed Box Turtle

Come join us on a tour of our facilities for an informative look at our 350 plus rescued exotic animals covering over 140 species. Whether it’s a small group of 2 or 3 or a larger group we will take you through all the animals and teach you about them with stories and fun facts. Learn just how amazing these creatures are and why they are important to environments around the world.

Drop by – Open 5 days a week from 11AM to 4 PM. We are closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays but open all other days. Admission: $10 per adult – $6 per child, senior or student ( includes tax ) – wheelchair friendly

Our Bug lab is growing with a large collection of mounted insects on loan from one of our members. Come and learn about the vast insect world. We now have  Atlas Beetles.

Learn about animals that can live over 100 years. Feel what shed snake skin is like, meet a friendly dragon, find what species is the largest fresh water turtle on earth, what animal can lick it’s own eyeballs and so much more. The animal world is vast, diverse, and needs our awareness. Come for a unique learning experience.

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One of our guides teaching about Sugar Gliders.

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Viewing one of our many species of turtles

A tour of our animals is an interesting educational event for school groups of all grades, daycare groups, Scouts and Girl Guides, or any one who is interested in animals, the natural world, and conservation.

Kids love it.

We are wheelchair friendly.

For groups larger than 8 people please book ahead.

We are open 5 days a week from 11 AM to 4 PM for tours

We are closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Drop in or call ahead. Evening tours can be arranged.

Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Admission is  $10 per adult – $6 per child, student, or senior

All money raised goes toward the care, feeding, and housing of the animals

(604) 531-1100     1395 176th St. south Surrey BC

For our latest news visit the ZooNooz page of this web site of our facebook page.

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Sun Conure Parrot – native to South America

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