CENTURY 21 In Town Realty
The Town of Bowmanville is part of the larger Municipality of Clarington which forms the eastern portion of Durham Region, immediately adjacent to the eastern boundary of the City of Toronto. Bowmanville has a population of approximately 30,000 residents. While the downtown area still has a quaint "small town" feel, Bowmanville is experiencing rapid commercial and residential development..
Commercial development is mainly concentrated on the Highway 2 (Kings Highway) corridor, while residential development is mostly to the north of the downtown area.
Bowmanville is located on the north shore of Lake Ontario and offers easy access to marinas, etc.
The Town offers an abundance of recreational, leisure and sports activities.
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OPENING DAY IS IN APRIL 2013
Bowmanville Zoo is one of the largest suppliers of trained animals for the feature film and television industry. As an accredited member of CAZA (The Canadian Association of Zoos and Aquariums), the Bowmanville Zoo brings the highest standards of animal welfare and conservation to its animal programming.
Maintaining the largest stable of trained movie and television animals in Canada, the Bowmanville Zoo bring cutting edge operant conditioning techniques and behavioural modification to the animals under it's stewardship. While concentrating upon the large feline predators and elephants, the zoo has enjoyed great success with a wide array of mammalian, reptilian and avian species.
While the development of appropriate animals for the feature film and television markets remains one of the major activities of the zoo, it is a smaller part of the principal ongoing efforts to educate and instil stewardship ethics of our planet in visitors to the Zoo.
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