Jade and Storm, the resident foxes of the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, have officially been moved into their new enclosure and look how happy they are!

Jade, our male red fox, came to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center in 2013 when he was believed to have been orphaned. Storm was brought to AWCC in 2016 via Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks since she was owned illegally as a family pet. 

Interested in learning more about Jade and Storm and their wild counterparts? Attend our free program Meet the Foxes at 2:30 pm daily. You can see the foxes in their new enclosure located next to the coyotes and behind Twix the porcupine.

Thank you to ConocoPhillips Alaska and AAA Fence for supporting the construction of the new exhibit.

Help us fundraise for a
NEW Animal Clinic & Housing building
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"These additions and expansions will make it possible for us to provide the best care for resident animals and allow us to expand opportunities to rescue, care for, and potentially release injured and orphaned animals back into the wild."  Dr. Oakley, AWCC Head Veterinarian