Frog interpretive walk

Wild Discoveries

2024 events calendar

Wild Discoveries is a program that provides opportunities for Yukoners and visitors to learn about and engage with the natural world.  We offer interpretive walks and hikes, talks and public presentations that focus on a specific wildlife topic.

Scroll down to view events. Check back regularly as we add events throughout the year. 

All events are free unless otherwise noted. Events with capacity restrictions require registration. If applicable, a registration link will be included in the event description. Cancel your registration if you cannot attend so we can offer the spot to someone on the waitlist. 

Some of our events take place in obscure locations. For those events, we use a service called what3words to show the exact meeting location. Simply click on the link provided, if applicable.

We post regularly to social media (@yukonwildlifeviewing on Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok). Follow us for fun clips, photos and for fantastic and respectful wildlife viewing experiences. 

Wildlife-viewing materials, brochures and links.


Butterfly walk on Keno Hill

Eagle Bay lookout walk — Tuesday, May 28

The Wildlife Viewing program will lead an easy walk along the bluff overlooking Lower Chasàn Chùa (McIntyre Creek) as part of the CPAWS Care for the Creek event. We’ll bring some spotting scopes and binoculars to scan the wetland below looking for beaver, muskrat, moose, and eagle nests. This easy walk follows a relatively level but uneven trail with sandy sections.

We’ll be lingering at the point so camp chairs or sit-upons to relax while wildlife viewing are encouraged.  

Time: 7 to 8 pm

Location: Meet at the Eagle Bay lookout parking lot

More events to come. Check back soon!

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