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Interpretive Centres

Alf Hole Goose Sanctuary

Rennie

The Alf Hole Goose Sanctuary in Rennie houses an interpretive centre and exhibits that tell the story of Alfred Hole, who started the goose sanctuary in 1939. Self-guided tours are also available.

The Alf Hole Goose Sanctuary in Rennie houses an interpretive centre and exhibits that tell the story of Alfred Hole, who started the goose sanctuary in 1939. Self-guided tours are also available.

Phone:
204-369-5470

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Bluff Creek Anglican Church Interpretive Centre

Silver Ridge

The Alonsa Conserv­ation District has assumed ownership of the Bluff Creek Anglican Church and has created an interpretive centre for the area's history. A 4.8 km (3-mile) nature trail has been established.

The Alonsa Conserv­ation District has assumed ownership of the Bluff Creek Anglican Church and has created an interpretive centre for the area's history. A 4.8 km (3-mile) nature trail has been established.

Directions:
Located 2 miles (3.2 km) east of Silver Ridge on Margaret Bruce Beach Road.

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Churchill Northern Studies Centre

Churchill

An independently operated, non-profit research station which offers nature study tours lead by qualified instructors. The sub-arctic tours range from beluga whales, polar bears, bears and local fauna, to the aurora borealis, astronomy and winter survival. Tours of the centre are available.
An independently operated, non-profit research station which offers nature study tours lead by qualified instructors. The sub-arctic tours range from beluga whales, polar bears, bears and local fauna, to the aurora borealis, astronomy and winter survival. Tours of the centre are available.
Admission:
Admission charged.

Phone:
204-675-2307

Fax:
204-675-2139

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Duck Mountain Forest Site / Frank Marvin Visitor Centre

Duck Mountain Provincial Park and Forest

Duck Mountain Forest Site is a unique area of natural meadows, streams and wetlands and features 6 kms (4 miles) of all weather road leading through the boreal forest. Signs identify the many species of native trees and the site is home to a great variety of birds, waterfowl and animals....

Duck Mountain Forest Site is a unique area of natural meadows, streams and wetlands and features 6 kms (4 miles) of all weather road leading through the boreal forest. Signs identify the many species of native trees and the site is home to a great variety of birds, waterfowl and animals. It includes the Frank Marvin Visitor Centre with its historical displays and artifacts, a 3D model of the Swan Valley Watershed, picnic areas and five hiking trails totaling 10 km (6 miles). The Centre is wheelchair accessible.

Directions:
Located 1 km south of the junction of PR366 and PR367 (5 km [3 miles] from the Blue Lakes campground area) in Duck Mountain Provincial Park.

Hours:
Open during July and August.

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Forest Interpretive Centre - WMA

Broad Valley

The Forest Interpretive Centre located 8 km southwest of Fisher Branch at Broad Valley is one of the Wildlife Management Areas in the province. With more than 4,100 hectares comprised of lush aspen forest & dotted with numerous wetlands Otter Lake is part of this area that provides staging...

The Forest Interpretive Centre located 8 km southwest of Fisher Branch at Broad Valley is one of the Wildlife Management Areas in the province. With more than 4,100 hectares comprised of lush aspen forest & dotted with numerous wetlands Otter Lake is part of this area that provides staging habitat for waterfowl, pelicans, and shorebirds. The aspen forest is productive ruffed grouse habitat and fills with songbirds in spring and summer. White-tailed deer and elk make significant use of the WMA in winter.

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Interlake Forest interpretive Centre

Fisher Branch

Located north of Fisher Branch near Hodgson along PTH17, the Interlake Forest Centre (IFC) offers an opportunity to sample some unique natural history of Manitoba’s Interlake. The facility includes a log cabin shelter, a cupola built to specifics of an observation area and two self-guided walking trails: Spruce Grove Nature Trail and Megwaakwaang Nature Trail, as well as a picnic area with outdoor
toilets.

Located north of Fisher Branch near Hodgson along PTH17, the Interlake Forest Centre (IFC) offers an opportunity to sample some unique natural history of Manitoba’s Interlake. The facility includes a log cabin shelter, a cupola built to specifics of an observation area and two self-guided walking trails: Spruce Grove Nature Trail and Megwaakwaang Nature Trail, as well as a picnic area with outdoor
toilets.

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Parks Canada Visitor Reception Centre

Churchill

Exhibits and information about local heritage and park sites in the area, including Prince of Wales Fort National Historic Site, York Factory National Historic Site and Wapusk National Park of Canada.

Exhibits and information about local heritage and park sites in the area, including Prince of Wales Fort National Historic Site, York Factory National Historic Site and Wapusk National Park of Canada.

Directions:
Located at the Churchill Heritage Railway Station.

Admission:
Admission charge for interpretive programs and audio-visual programs.

Phone:
204-675-8863

Fax:
204-675-2026

Website:

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Red River Valley Flood Intrepertive Centre

St. Agathe

The Flood of the Century Exhibit was designed to be a travelling exhibit but has found a permanent home in the Red River Valley Floods Interpretive Centre.

The Flood of the Century Exhibit was designed to be a travelling exhibit but has found a permanent home in the Red River Valley Floods Interpretive Centre.

Directions:
Highway 75 just outside Ste. Agathe, MB

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Riding Mountain National Park of Canada Visitor Centre

Wasagaming

The Visitor Centre is the place to find all the information you need to explore Riding Mountain National Park. The discovery room is filled with displays, dioramas and information. The Centre also includes a theatre and reception area. Wheelchair accessible.

The Visitor Centre is the place to find all the information you need to explore Riding Mountain National Park. The discovery room is filled with displays, dioramas and information. The Centre also includes a theatre and reception area. Wheelchair accessible.

Hours:
Open daily from May Long Weekend to Thanksgiving.

Phone:
204-848-7275

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