Mountain View Conservation and Breeding Centre is a leading non-profit Canadian facility that breeds endangered species in family groups for re-introduction back into their natural habitat in Canada and around the world.
Today they host over 50 species of the world’s most rare and endangered wildlife. Our commitment is to operate world-class breeding and re-introduction programs. We work with wildlife and zoo conservation organizations and governments locally and around the world. Learn more about Mountain View’s history and origins here.
Mountain View provides internships to veterinary, zoological university students, and teaches species husbandry skills to conservationists from Canada and other re-introduction countries and organizations. The Mountain View Philosophy gives you more details.