Keeper Talks are a unique and engaging way for guests to connect with our animals through spotlighting a day in the life of the Keepers and 15 animals out of the Zoo’s 140 different species, large and small.

Please note that the health and safety of our animals, staff, volunteers and guests are our first priority. All tours, talks and events are subject to change and may be weather dependent.

The daily schedule for Summer 2020 is below, check back for special limited talks:

1:00pmBig Cats


Come see the "Radical Raptors" Birds of Prey presentation daily until September 5th. Our falconers will amaze you with their team of birds and their exciting free flying presentations! This presentation is offered at 12:00 pm, 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm and is approximately 15-20 minutes in duration. These presentations are very popular and seating is limited so show up early for a good viewing spot.

Our Big Cat keeper talk gets you closer to the Lions and Tigers! Everyday at 1pm, experience training and feeding by one of our exceptional keepers. This enriching and exciting experience shows you the natural behaviors of Hana the Siberian Tiger, and Boomer, Mali and Kali the African Lions. You will learn about the species, conservation and what you can do to make a difference.



Our "Meet-a-Reptile" starts at 11:00 am every day at the Vivarium with a different reptile. Discover the wonderful world of reptiles at the Vivarium and learn why these underrated animals are an important part of a healthy ecosystem. Our keepers and educational staff will provide you with some interesting information and may provide you with an opportunity to get hands-on experience depending on the highlighted species. This presentation is standing room only and space is limited, so please arrive early to ensure a good viewing spot.


Skip the line, buy online. Purchase your e-tickets here. Daily admission, memberships and gift certificates.


Whether you’re exploring the Fraser Valley or Vancouver, find the best way to be here.


Explore our sprawling acreage, stop by our keeper talks and information boards all while taking in the beautiful sights and sounds of the Fraser Valley.