The Northern Lights Wildlife Shelter will open its doors for one day this year to allow residents to catch a glimpse of the animals and the facility.
Manager, Angelika Langen they only allow the public in once a year so as not to habituate the animals to humans as most will be re-released back into the wild.
She says they hold the event to thank everyone who supports the shelter.
“We like people to understand the complexity of what we are doing and we also like them to see where there donations are going so they have a chance to see what has happened since last year.”
She says currently the shelter is housing bears, deer, beavers, ducks and a goose.
The open house is on Canada from 10 am to 6 pm.