Come out and see these tiny marvels of migration up close at the Lesser Slave Lake Bird Observatory. Located at a natural funneling area for migratory birds, this station is part of the Canadian Migration Monitoring Network.. See science in action as their researchers learn more about the migratory and breeding birds in the boreal forest. Public Tours and education programs are available by contacting the Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation.
The Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area (ASCCA) is made up of 4,800 acres of rolling foothills land. The area features over 22 kilometers of scenic hiking trails. Since 1993, over 90,000 youth and adults have participated in our hands-on conservation based learning opportunities.
Discover Alberta’s fish, wildlife and aquatic ecosystems at Bow Habitat Station. Whether you’re a small fry or over the gill, there’s year-round fun for the whole family. Look into the eyes of Alberta's different fish species in the Discovery Centre aquariums; discover what it takes to raise millions of fruit each year; test your luck fishing in the Trout Pond (May 15-Oct 31); or take a stroll along the trails of the Interpretive Wetland. The experience will leave you hooked!
Want to know more about wolfdogs? Enjoy the opportunity to learn all about the sanctuary and get an introduction to what wolfdogs are all about. This is a great way to photograph one of our packs of wolfdogs as well as having full access to one of our wolfdog experts.
There's always something new to discover at the Calgary Zoo! Your family zoo package includes an overnight stay, family admission to the Calgary Zoo (two adults and two children), insider's tip sheet and complimentary, hot breakfast.
Build your own bucket-list trip in Alberta. Enjoy a family admission pass to one of 15 participating attractions with overnight hotel stays at selected hotels across Alberta. Rates start at $139 for a family of 4. Restrictions apply.
The Alberta Mycological Society presents their annual “City of Champignons” Wild Mushroom Exposition. This “wildly” popular event will help you identify, learn, forage, taste and enjoy wild mushrooms. View specimens of wild mushrooms. Bring your own fungi for identification. Scientific displays, photos, field guides, cookbooks and much more. For information please visit our website.