Vancouver Island Marmot
Vancouver Island Marmot
  • Animal Advocate - $25 Donation
    • Personalized certificate of adoption (animal photo not included)
    • Acknowledgement letter
    • To/from card
    • Free shipping (some restrictions may apply)
    • Full charitable tax receipt for donor

  • Conservation Crew - $50 Donation
    • Personalized certificate of adoption (featuring colour photo of adopted animal)
    • Acknowledgement letter
    • Animal fact sheet
    • To/from card
    • FREE shipping (some restrictions may apply)
    • Full charitable tax receipt for donor

  • Species Ambassador - $100 Donation
    • Personalized certificate of adoption (featuring colour photo of adopted animal)
    • Acknowledgement letter
    • Animal fact sheet
    • Recipients name displayed as a Species Ambassador on our website for one year
    • Pack of collectible Wildlife Cards (5 cards total)
    • To/from card
    • FREE shipping (some restrictions may apply)
    • Full charitable tax receipt for donor

  1. Our Adopt Packages start at $25.00. If you would like to make a one time donation, please visit https://www.wildlifeconservancy.ca/donate
  2. If you are giving this as a gift - please select the "In Honour" option on the form and select that you would like us to send a physical card/package on your behalf. This will prompt you to include all of the recipient’s information so that we can mail out the Adopt package.
  3. If this is a gift for you - please let us know by adding a note in the private message box stating that this is a gift for you.
  4. Please note that we do not ship outside of Canada and the United States of America (shipping rates will apply).
  5. Expected delivery time is 5-7 Business days.

One of only six mammals endemic to Canada, the Vancouver Island Marmot is a critically endangered species found only on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. In 1997, the Toronto Zoo launched a captive breeding and reintroduction program to save the species from extinction. Over 200 wild Vancouver Island Marmots now occupy dozens of mountain meadows. Invasive species, native predators and habitat loss due to climate change serve as the biggest threats to Vancouver Island marmots in the wild.

IUCN STATUS:
IUCN status: critically endangered

Adoption Form

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