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August 8, 2015
Species at Risk Day

Saturday- 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.

We will be drawing your attention to the many animals, birds, reptiles, plants and marine species that are at risk of extinction in Nova Scotia. By viewing a display of exotic species at risk from other lands the world wide issues of all animals will be instilled. Learn the threats to their survival and play our species at risk obstacle course.  Regular park admission applies.

For more information email:  legacycentre@novascotia.ca or phone 902-758-5316.



August 11, 2015
1 day How the Wildlife Park Works Day Camp

 Tuesday- 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Join Shubenacadie Youth in Nature Club ( SYNC) This opportunity is offered to children age 7-12 years old, at a low cost of $30 for the day. The SYNC campers explore the workings of the park behind the scenes. We will be exploring: Where do the animals come from? What kind of enclosure does it live in and why? How big is it? What kind of food does it eat and where does the food come from? What shelter do they need?  Do they live alone or in groups? Who looks after the animals? All participants will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of the day.  Camps will be run by experienced outdoor educators trained in first aid, CPR and who have passed a Child Abuse Registry Check.  

For more information or to pre-register email: legacycentre@novascotia.ca or phone 902-758-5316.



August 17, 2015
Summer Day camp all week. Shubenacadie Youth in Nature Club (SYNC)

Aug 17-21,   Join Shubenacadie Young Nature Club ( SYNC) daily, 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM. Age 7-12 years old.

 The beautiful Provincial Wildlife Park offers the perfect outdoor location to learn about nature and wildlife. Children can be registered for the day or the whole week. The cost is $30 per day for 1 child or $140 for the week. We offer physical, mental and social stimulation in an educational and recreational program to encourage a lifelong enjoyment of nature. All participants will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of the day.  Camps will be run by experienced outdoor educators trained in first aid, CPR and who have passed a Child Abuse Registry Check. The ratio of leaders to campers is approximately 1 to 8 with a minimum of 6 campers and a maximum of 16.

For more information or to pre-register email: legacycentre@novascotia.ca or phone 902-758-5316.



August 22, 2015
Bird Walk With NS Bird Society

Saturday, 9am-11:30am

Did you know that nearly 500 species of birds have been documented in Nova Scotia? Want to learn more about our local birds? Join the Nova Scotia Bird Society on a walk through our interpretive wetland trail, and Saint Andrew's Marsh trail! We will be looking (and listening) for songbirds, birds of prey, and any other of our feathered friends along the way! A limited number of binoculars are available for use.

No rain date.

Park admission fees apply.

 



October 31, 2015
A Wild Halloween Party

Saturday  10:30 am - 1:30 pm

Come to the park for tricks and treats, where the animals can see your Halloween costumes. Surprise our wildlife with your outfits and we will have some surprises for you. Regular park admission applies.

For more information email: legacycentre@novascotia.ca or phone 902-758-5316.