Access to practical tools & resources to help Canadians better understand and conserve wetlands.

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  • Ducks Unlimited Conservation Centre

    The Ducks Unlimited Conservation Centre in Fredericton, N.B. plays a crucial role in educating people of all ages about the values of wetlands to wildlife and society. The Centre provides an More...

  • Ducks Unlimited Canada Greenwing Legacy Interpretive Centre

    The Greenwing Legacy Interpretive Centre is a wetland education centre within the Shubenacadie Wildlife Park in Nova Scotia, built by Ducks Unlimited Canada in partnership with the Nova Scotia More...

  • Shubenacadie Wildlife Park

    Within the Shubenacadie (pronounced "Shoo-ben-ack-a-dee") Wildlife Park's 40 hectares is all the wonder and excitement hundreds of thousands of visitors have enjoyed over the years. Native More...

  • Diseases, Insects & Weeds

    Information to assist farmers control common farm and household diseases and pests. More...

  • Cooper Marsh Conservation Area, Ontario

    Situated in the Lake St. Francis area of the St. Lawrence River, Cooper Marsh Conservation Area offers an attractive interpretation of marshland, treed swamp, upland meadows, forested areas, More...

  • Salmonier Nature Park

    There are several exhibits in the main area of the Visitor Centre of this Newfoundland nature park: Beaver Habitat Exhibit - View a model of a beaver lodge and dam and More...

  • Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area, British Columbia

    Enjoy the tranquillity of a 7,000 ha wetland of international significance located near Creston, British Columbia. The Interpretation Centre is the gateway to the Creston Valley Wildlife Management More...

  • Tantramar Wetlands Centre, New Brunswick

    Located on the edge of the huge wetland known as the Tantramar Marsh, the site consists of forty-five acres of productive wildlife habitat, connected by a network of trails and pathways to an on-site More...

  • Sackville Waterfowl Park, New Brunswick

    The Sackville Waterfowl Park is a great place to stop in your travels through Atlantic Canada. Located in downtown Sackville, New Brunswick, which in turn lies in the geographical centre of the More...

  • Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, Ontario

    The Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre has programs and activities running 11 months of the year. December is the only month that does not have any scheduled programming. Visit the web site for a list of More...

  • Fort Whyte Centre, Manitoba

    The Fort Whyte Centre in Winnipeg has something for everyone - indoors or out! The Alloway Reception Centre features the Buffalo Stone Cafe for deliciouse light meals, snacks and refreshments, and More...

  • Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area, Quebec

    Get close to the wildlife of the St Lawrence. Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area features the Biodiversity Interpretation Center, 18 km of trails through marshes, field and forest, picnic tables More...

  • Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre

    Oak Hammock Marsh is one of North America's birding hotspots - a 36 square km Wildlife Management Area located just north of Winnipeg. It features a restored prairie marsh, aspen-oak bluff, waterfowl More...

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    Guide des milieux humides du Qu├ębec

    This Guide was developed to inform the public of where wetlands are in Quebec. Seventy-seven wetlands are identified, all of which are publicly accessible. Each site is described in terms the type of More...