Toronto Zoo Events Calendar

2022 Oasis Zoo Run

In-Person EVENT: September 17th, 2022
Virtual Event: AUgust 17th to September 17th, 2022

 

Join us virtually (August 17-September 17) or in person (September 17) for the 2022 Oasis ZooRun in support of your Toronto Zoo! With a 10K, 5K, CubRun (1K) & Tiger Trek Challenge (15K), there's an event for everyone to enjoy. For more information, to register or to make a donation, click below.

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As a leader in conservation and species survival, your Toronto Zoo is actively engaged in the fight against extinction. Our vision is a world where wildlife and wild spaces thrive and your participation in this year’s Oasis ZooRun will bring us one step closer to our vision becoming a reality. 

With it being the Year of the Tiger, participation in this year’s run is also an important opportunity to celebrate tigers and the important work your Toronto Zoo is doing to save the critically endangered Sumatran and endangered Amur tiger.

Over the years, the ZooRun has raised over $573,000 to support the crucial wildlife conservation work being done by your Toronto Zoo in preserving endangered species, breeding and reintroducing endangered animals into the wild, and creating opportunities to reconnect people with nature.

With a goal of $40,000, funds raised from this year’s event will continue to support your Zoo’s conservation breeding and reintroduction programs. In addition, a portion of the funds will also support the construction of a 10-foot climbing structure, a 12-foot feeding pole and a zip line in each of the outdoor Sumatran tiger exhibits. These installations were recommended by the Tiger SSP Care Manual to stimulate species-appropriate behaviors and provide enriching opportunities for the cats.

In-Person Race Day | Saturday, September 17, 2022
8:00am | 10K Start
10:15am | 5K Start
9:15am | CubRun Start

Virtual Time Period | August 17, 2022 - September 17, 2022

 




 

 

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Alerts

Please be advised that our bird aviaries are temporarily currently closed to Zoo guests.  

Your Toronto Zoo is committed to the health and safety of the animals in our care. We are taking proactive steps to protect our birds from Avian Influenza which has been confirmed in a wild bird in southern Ontario. By limiting access to the aviaries to only Zoo staff, we protect them from any contamination that may come from outside of the Zoo.


Please note the Multifaith Prayer and Spiritual Space has recently been relocated within the building by the top of the boardwalk at Africa Pavilion.
*Please note all events subject to change without notice.