Mountain View Conservation & Breeding Centre

Mountain View Conservation & Breeding Centre website
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Located near Fort Langley in the Fraser Valley, (off Exit #66 on Canada Highway#1) Mountain View Conservation and Breeding Centre is a leading non-profit Canadian facility that hosts endangered wildlife species, in family groups, for re-introduction back into their natural habitat in Canada, and around the world.

Gord and Yvonne Blankstein first established the Mountain View Wildlife Conservation Centre in 1986 as a private wildlife species breeding & research facility, with a mission to discover how to successfully breed rare and endangered wildlife in such a way that they could first multiply, and then safely return home to their natural habitats, thriving in good health, whilst maintaining their natural instincts to survive.

By 2002, having experienced much success with their innovative conservation programs, the Blanksteins registered Mountain View as a BC non-profit society, opening the facility to limited pre-booked educational guided tours.

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