Animal Adoptions

Virtual Adoptions and Sponorships

Animal adoptions are a great way to celebrate the animals of the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center with your family and friends all year long. Adoptions make great gifts! Choose from an animal below and follow the prompts to adopt an animal online or download this printable PDF version Animal Adoption Flyer and mail in your donation. Your animal adoption helps support the care and feeding of our animals, educational programs and wildlife conservation. Adopted animals remain in the care of AWCC.

Adoption Levels & Benefits

Sulk Adoption Level / $30

The Green option! It includes digital adoption certificate and the digital quarterly newsletter. (This option is digital and is available internationally. Shipping not available.) If purchasing as a gift, please include recipient’s emails in the “Order Notes” at checkout. Tax-deductible amount $25.

Chain Adoption Level / $50

Adoption certificate, small animal plush toy, animal trading card, and the digital quarterly newsletter. Tax-deductible amount $25.

Prickle Adoption Level / $100

Adoption certificate, large animal plush toy, animal trading card, and the digital quarterly newsletter. Tax-deductible amount $50.

Yoke Adoption Level / $100

Adoption certificate, T-shirt (please indicate size), animal trading card, and the digital quarterly newsletter. Tax-deductible amount $50.

Gang Adoption Level / $500

Adoption certificate, tote bag, animal plush toy, T-shirt (please indicate size), and the digital quarterly newsletter. Tax-deductible amount $410.

Parliament Adoption Level / $1,000

Adoption certificate, a Walk on the Wild Side tour for 4 people (reservations required), and the digital quarterly newsletter. Tax-deductible amount $495.
All levels may choose to receive adoption certificates digitally or to opt out of the gifts and have 100% of your adoption amount to support our animals.

Help us fundraise for a
NEW Animal Clinic & Housing building
.

"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