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January 10, 2015
FREE SNOWSHOEING AT THE PARK ON WEEK-ENDS

Have you ever wanted to try snowshoeing? We have the snowshoes if winter gives us the snow. This will be offered periodically on week-ends starting January 10, 2015, from 10 am to 1 pm. We wish to encourage people of all ages to try this easy and free recreational activity. To make arrangements or get more information: email legacycentre@novascotia.ca or phone 902-758-5316.

To check weather conditions at the wildlife park call 902-758-2040.



February 2, 2015
FEB 2, 2015 GROUNDHOG DAY AND WORLD WETLANDS DAY

Celebrate Monday, February 2,  2015-Groundhog Day and World Wetlands Day, starting at 7:00 am with Shubenacadie Sam making his appearance and prediction at 8 am sharp. Will we have an early spring? Discover his message and have a free hot drink. From 8 am to 12:00 pm there will be lots of activities including crafts, face painting and wetland games. We will be joined by our partners: Clean Nova Scotia, NS Department of Natural Resources, Environment, Agriculture plus Ducks Unlimited, the Maritime Aboriginal Aquatic Resources and the Cobequid Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre. The wildlife park is a window into the world of wintering animals in Nova Scotia. The animal enclosure area will be open from 8:15 am to 12:00 noon and free to all visitors. Please call 902-758-5316 after 6:30 am to ensure the facility is open as inclement weather or unsafe conditions may cause events to be cancelled.

For more information email: legacycentre@gov.ns.cs or phone 902-758-5316

http://www.novascotiawebcams.com/en/webcams/shubenacadie-sam/

Enjoy this window into Sam’s world as he and his crew prepare for February 2nd. Sam’s handlers will be interacting with him throughout the day and feedings are at 8 a.m., 11:45 a.m. and 4 p.m.

 



February 21, 2015
NIGHT SKY ASTRONOMY

Presented by Paul Heath,  with the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada

A FREE PRESENTATION AT THE WETLAND CENTRE IN THE WILDLIFE PARK

Feb 21, 2015 Saturday Night

Talk 5:30 pm to 6:15 pm 

Viewing night Sky  6:15 pm to 7:30 pm

 Bring a packed supper if you like

  Feb. 21 is packed with astronomy gems. Join Paul Heath, an Outreach Interpreter, with the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, and explore a few mysteries within our Solar System, puzzling Planets and “Is there life outside Earth”? We’ll look at what we discovered and how we are trying to uncover the facts hidden amongst the mysteries.

Please phone 902-758-7094 after 4:00 pm on the day of the presentation to confirm it is not cancelled due to inclement weather. For general inquiries call 902-758-5316 or email: legacycentre@novascotia.ca

https://wildlifepark.novascotia.ca/

 



March 21, 2015
CANADA'S COOLEST OCEAN CREATURE

Presented by Sean Brillant of the Canadian Wildlife Federation

FREE PRESENTATION

March 21, 2015 Saturday

 1:00-2:30 AT THE WETLAND CENTRE IN THE WILDLIFE PARK

Canada is 9 million square km of land – but also 6 million square km of ocean. There are thousands of wildlife species in our oceans. Some you probably know, but you may not realize how cool they are. Others you’ve probably never even have heard of or didn’t know they were a part of Canada. Do we need to protect all of these species? Do we even affect them? What role do we all have to make sure we protect our oceans? And, which is Canada’s coolest ocean creature? Join us and find out!

Please phone 902-758-7094 after 10:00 am on the day of the presentation to confirm it is not cancelled due to inclement weather. For general inquiries call 902-758-5316 or email: legacycentre@novascotia.ca

https://wildlifepark.novascotia.ca/



April 18, 2015
SPRING! Brought to you by Biodiversity!

Presented by Dr J Sherman Boates of Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources

A FREE PRESENTATION AT THE WETLAND CENTRE LOCATED IN THE PARK

18 April 2015, Saturday1:00-2:30

The beauty and revitalizing energy of spring surrounds us; the breath-taking perfume of mayflowers, the skin-tingling voice of the song sparrow and spring peeper, and the vibrant colours of bursting buds and wildflower blossoms. In this presentation, I will use signs of spring to illustrate what biodiversity is, explore what diversity is, and explain many of the hidden and critical ways that biodiversity benefits us all.

For general inquiries call 902-758-5316 or email: legacycentre@novascotia.ca

https://wildlifepark.novascotia.ca