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Every summer Huble Homestead is home to a number of different animals, which helps bring the historic site to life!


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Over the years, the rabbit pen has been a popular stop for both children and adults. In addition to being a visitor favourite, the staff can frequently be found cuddling baby bunnies throughout the summer months.


Our rabbits spend the summer at the homestead and were house by the Gairdner family for the winter months.


A black and white speckled hen and a brown hen stand in a chicken pen

The chickens at Huble Homestead in 2020 were hatched prior to the beginning of the summer season by Shirley Gebert. Popular with visitors, the chickens are always happy to be fed bread crumbs and blades of grass!


Newly shorn sheep graze in the grass.

The sheep program at Huble Homestead is currently on hiatus; we hope to see the sheep return in the near future.

This program has been made possible in the past by the generosity of Roma and Jim Tingle of Glenbirnam Farm.


Huble Homestead Historic Site is located outside of Prince George, and is situated in the Northern BC wilderness. In addition to the animals kept on site, Huble Homestead has played host to a variety of animal and bird visitors throughout the years. When visiting, please remember that the area is shared with the wildlife in the area.


A coyote stands in a field, peering throug a fence
A close up shot of a Columbian ground squirrel in a garden
A hawk perches on a log fence rail
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