Zoo in Ottawa


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  • Little Ray's Reptile Adventure
    Little Ray's Reptile Zoo is a grand hotel for cold-blooded critters overseen by animal enthusiasts Paul "Little Ray" Goulet and his wife Sheri Goulet. At their new location in Hamilton, they host one of the largest sanctuaries in Ontario for unwanted reptiles. Meanwhile, the renovated Ottawa location features 25 permanent exhibits, a nature centre, and a hands-on room. Born from the joy Little Ray experienced sharing his personal collection of reptiles with school children, the zoo now encompasses a variety of exhibits and daily feeding demonstrations showcasing more than 150 animals.  The expert staff—which has trained keepers at other animal facilities on proper husbandry and correct presentation—safely introduces visitors to the animals which include giant snakes, tarantulas, and more. The zoo is open daily for corporate groups, birthday parties, and everyday animal lovers to tour the reptile environs and educational displays. The reptile zoo hosts large private-party and function rooms and a jungle spa where pythons receive hydrating wraps to combat scaly skin.
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    5305 Bank St
    Gloucester, ON CA
  • Parc Omega
    Parc Omega celebrates the diversity of Canada's fauna by giving visitors the opportunity to see some of the country's most majestic creatures firsthand. Roughly divided by biome, the park includes areas dedicated to recreating the habitats found throughout Canada's prairies, mountains, lakes, and boreal forests. Amid those picturesque settings, guests can spot caribou, arctic wolves, black bears, deer, and wild boar as they drive along the 17-kilometre car path or meander down one of several walking trails. The park remains open year-round, offering seasonal activities in addition to self-guided tours. Snowshoeing excursions, for example, are available during the winter. Guests can explore the first nation walking trail and learn about the 12 First Nations of Qu?bec or visit the park's historic recreation of an 1847 farmstead in the summer. The changing seasons don't stop the activities either, with visitors getting the chance to get up close and personal with animals?by hand-feeding elk or fallow, red, or white-tailed deer?any time of year.
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    399 Rte 323 N
    Montebello, QC CA

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