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Adopt A Pet

Our Adopt-a-Pet program is perfect for animal lovers!

The highlight of many visits to the Nature Centre is spending some quality time with one of our amazing animals. Adopt one or more of our pets and your donation will help to purchase food, tank supplies and veterinary care for our pets for one month.

Tax receipts will be issued for donations of $15 and up. 

The High Park Nature Centre is a registered Canadian charity. CRA# 86638 9505 RR0001




Houdini the Red Eared Slider

Houdini our charismatic turtle is always a crowd favourite. Named after the magician, Houdini has been known to escape! You will often find him basking on his rock, or swimming around his tank. He loves to eat seaweed and his special turtle pellets, which are full of fish, plants, and vitamins.

Adopt me for $20/month




Snappy the Corn Snake

Don’t let the name fool you, Snappy is as friendly as they come! Her name is actually short for snapdragon, a flower that is as red as she is. Snappy also has a checkered tummy, perfect for camouflaging in corn fields. In the Nature Centre she loves to curl up in her birch bark, or around your arms, as she is a constrictor!

Adopt me for $10/month




Bob the White’s Tree Frog

Bob the frog might seem a little shy, but he’s not being rude- he’s just nocturnal! He loves to hide down into his moss to stay warm while he sleeps during the day. Bob has got amazing sticky suction cup feet, which are perfect for climbing. Bob loves to eat mealworms and crickets.

Adopt me for $5/month




Snake the Checkered Garter Snake

Though he is related to the eastern garter snake you can find in High Park, you can distinguish Snake from native snakes by his checkered pattern. Snake is a bit more shy than big sister Snappy, but is just as friendly! Snake is carnivorous, and likes to eat baby mice called pinkies.

Adopt me for $5/month
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