The Greater Vancouver Zoo introduces the new YouZoo! Win tickets for a free day at the Zoo and a Prize package!

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Debbie Silva has won! Congrats!

With the introduction of the new YouZoo features at the Greater Vancouver Zoo we're offering one of our readers a chance to win a free day at the zoo for a family (set of 4 tickets) along with a prize package from Jelly Marketing.

Prize Package: Animal crackers, Zoo Toys Prize Packet (bunch of awesome Zoo animal toys)

HOW to WIN?

1. Enter our contest form THEN

2. Like the Greater Vancouver Zoo facebook page and post on the wall of the Zoo about a) Your favourite animal and why and tell them Kids Vancouver.com sent you!

& also like Jelly Marketing Facebook Page!

 This contest ends September 10, 2013 at 2pm.
*Canadian Residents Only
*Must have own transportation to the destination.

Inspired by the Zoo's desire to enhance the zoo-goer experience through technology, Zoo 3.0 has developed out of an exciting new partnership with Jelly Marketing.  Jelly and the Greater Vancouver Zoo have developed a fresh way to make a lasting digital footprint on BC Tourism and the local community.  The new website features Zoo 3.0: an all-access e-learning portal complete with rare footage and facts about the Zoo's featured animals:
Macaw, Grizzly Bear, Hippopotamus, Siberian Tiger, Oregon Spotted Frog, Muskox

 

History of The Zoo:

The story of the Greater Vancouver Zoo began in the late 1960's when world traveler and businessman, Pat Hines, purchased 120 acres of land in Aldergrove, British Columbia. It was ideal for the realization of his dream to create a game farm. At first registered as the World Wide Game Farm Ltd.  It became known as the Vancouver Game Farm, which had its official opening on August 20th, 1970.

In 1999 the name of the Greater Vancouver Zoological Centre was changed to the Greater Vancouver Zoo, along with a change of owners and with further improvements for the facility and its inhabitants. In 2012, the Zoo was focused on our successful reaccreditation with CAZA (Canada’s Accredited Zoos and Aquariums), and building our new Animal Care Center for sick and injured animals.