Aspiring naturalists will love being awakened to the importance of the ecosystems that surround us. Decked out with shirts, caps, binoculars, pocket guides and even butterfly nets the young enthusiasts will be equipped just like real naturalists, ready for work. Beginning in the Interpretation Centre, an expert instructor will introduce hands-on exhibits and answer questions. Once outside, the group will explore the park to learn more about the animals, plants, fish and trees that are found there. At the fish cage, the species can be observed and touched, and children who wish to do so can provide newly learned facts to other visitors. What a way to learn! A souvenir certificate and photo will cap off this special day.
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Ecological Park of the Acadian Peninsula
Features the Acadian Peninsula’s flora and wildlife. Interpretation centre, footbridge, observation tower, interpretive trail including an arboretum. Guided nature tours.