Every day from May through October, the Shubenacadie Provincial Wildlife Park brims with excited kids catching aquatic invertebrates, fish, frogs and tadpoles, seeing a black bear or moose up close, and learning why Nova Scotia’s wetlands and wildlife are so important.
The wetland interpretive centre—built by Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) in partnership with the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) in 2006—serves as the park’s interactive classroom, where children and adults alike experience hands-on, nature-based education.
But we want to do more. That’s why we’ve launched a park revitalization project. These exciting changes—which include new signage, an updated park map, welcome plaza, new interpretive elements in the education centre and on the wetland trail, and much more—will take shape over the next three years. The enhancements will help transform the wildlife park into a premier hub for environmental learning, and to change the way Nova Scotians connect with wild places.
By supporting this project, you’ll be contributing to one of the most exciting education initiatives in the province. Our success depends on people like you who share our passion for the wetlands, the environment and the children who will grow up to protect them.
Donate today to help us connect Nova Scotia children and their families with nature, and inspire them conserve our wetlands and precious wild places.Donate today