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Zoo Animals

 snow leopard

The Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo is excited to announce the newest member of the Zoo family is Kazi the snow leopard.  

The new Snow Leopard Exhibit is located in the Nutrien Ark at the Zoo. Our zookeepers will be gradually introducing Kazi to his new home over the next several days. Welcome to the Zoo family Kazi!

Who's at the Zoo?

Meet some of the many animals that call the Zoo home. 

Meet Dawson and Juno the Bald Eagles


Meet Aspen and Lola our Snowy Owls!


Meet Georgia our North American Porcupine!


Meet the Mouflon Sheep


Meet Dingoes Maple and Euci


Meet the Goeldi's Monkeys and learn more about the Species Survival Program

Animal Collection

Arctic Fox
Bald Eagle
Black-tailed Prairie Dogs 
Brown Bears 
Fallow Deer 
Goeldi's Monkeys 
Great Horned Owls 
Mouflon Sheep 
Mountain Goat 
Pygmy Goats 
Snowy Owl 
Swift Fox 
White-tailed Deer 

Animals currently off exhibit*

African Pygmy Hedgehog 
American Kestrel 
Bearded Dragon 
Blue-tongued Skinks 
Carribean Giant Cockroach 
Chaco Golden Knee Tarantula  
Chilean Rose Tarantula  
Corn Snake 
Domestic rabbit 
Fire-bellied Toad 
Garter Snake 
Hermann's Tortoise 
Royal Python 
Schneider's Skink 
Seba's Bats 
Tailess Whip Scorpion 
Tiger Salamanders (Western) 
Tokay Gecko 

*Some animals are currently off exhibit due to the renovations taking place at the Affinity Learning Centre and the closure of the Kinsmen Children's Zoo.

Planning a trip to the Zoo? Find out where your favourite animals are located on our  Zoo map.

​Nutrien Ark

Visit the Nutrien Ark feature animals Buddy the Grey Wolf and Kazi the Snow Leopard.  This special exhibit allows the Zoo to house animals never seen before in Saskatoon.

Nutrien Ark Exhibit Guests

  • Wolf & Snow Leopard (2021-)
  • Wolf & Cougar (2017 - 2021)
  • Red Panda & Cougars (2014-2017)
  • Ruffed Lemurs & Cougars (2013)
  • African Lions (2009-12)
  • White Bengal Tigers (2007-08)
  • Orange Bengal Tiger (2006-07)
  • Snow Leopards (2004-05)

Kinsmen Bear Exhibit

If you catch them on the right day, you may see grizzly bears Koda and Mistaya wrestling, digging or playing in their pond at the Kinsmen Bear Exhibit. The enclosure has been home to the pair since 2008. These massive mammals are a species at risk, and their home at the Zoo is thanks to the Kinsmen Club of Saskatoon.

Mistaya is the sole surviving cub from Bear 66 who died in Banff National Park in 2005. He stayed in the wild until it became clear that he could not survive without intervention. Koda was an orphaned cub from the Jasper area who was rescued and nurtured by zookeepers at the Edmonton Valley Zoo. The cubs were paired at the Calgary Zoo and later transferred to their permanent home in Saskatoon.

Kinsmen Children's Zoo

You never know what Goeldi's monkeys might be up to, but it is usually something pretty entertaining! The Kinsmen’s Children’s Zoo is also home to our pygmy goats. This exhibit gives visitors an up-close look at a variety of animals and is a big hit with visitors young and old.

Children's Zoo Hours (Currently Closed)
May 1 - Labour Day Closed
Labour Day - Apr 30 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


Kinsmen Express Train 

Zoo Tours (Currently Closed)

Learn about some of the wild and wonderful animals at the Zoo from a trained tour guide while you ride in comfort on the wheelchair-accessible Kinsmen Express. Boasting more than 80 species of animals, we are the only Zoo in Saskatchewan accredited by Canada's Accredited Zoos and Aquariums (CAZA). Open from June - September Long Weekend.

Affinity Learning Centre

Located beside the main administration building in the Forestry Farm Park, the Affinity Learning Centre is home to a variety of reptiles and amphibians including poison dart frogs, snakes, cichlids and more! The Saskatoon Zoo Society also hosts a variety of Zoo Camps and other edZOOcational activities in the Affinity Learning Centre learn more about available programming at