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Nature & animals - spring

There are plenty of ways to experience Manitoba's natural beauty. Visiting a nature or animal sanctuary is a fun and educational experience in one!

The 10 Acre Woods

38084 Vine Haven Rd., Anola

The 10 Acre Woods is a farm animal rescue that opens its doors to the public on weekends from spring to fall, to provide socialization for the animals as well as animal therapy.

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Narcisse Snake Dens

Look for the Narcisse Snake Dens sign on Hwy #17, 6 km north of Narcisse

Tens of thousands of ​red-sided garter snakes call these dens home. Late April and early May are the best times to catch a glimpse, but check the link for their activity levels before you go. 

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Delta Marsh Wildlife Management Area

MB-240, 30 km north of Portage la Prairie

See thousands of colourful warblers migrating in the spring, as well as swans, geese and ducks.​

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Alfred Hole Goose Sanctuary

Half-kilometre east of Rennie on Hwy 44

Visit in early June to see little goslings and their parents, or late August to Thanks​giving to see hundreds of geese getting ready to migrate. Free admission.

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Discovery Nature Sanctuary

Off Eastview Drive, Winkler

This 32-acre sanctuary is home to several native plants and animals such as waterfowl, songbirds, frogs and more. 

 

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