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Along Lakeshore Dr in Wascana Centre, across the road from the Conexus Arts Centre, Regina.
Latitude: 50.4288° N,
Longitude: -104.5945° W
The Waterfowl Display Ponds, located in Regina's Wascana Centre, welcome hundreds of birds of various species each year. The public are welcome to stop by to learn about and feed the birds in this location throughout the summer months. Display panels assist visitors in identifying and studying the waterfowl. Bird seed is available for free at this location.
 
Work on the Waterfowl Display Ponds began in 1971, when the need for a facility for captive and injured waterfowl was recognized. The pond is no longer home to injured or captive waterfowl, but rather a resting and feeding spot. In 2015, Wascana Centre launched the ‘Bread is Bad for Me’ campaign. The educational campaign focuses on educating the pubic about the dangerous effects of feeding certain foods like bread and popcorn to geese and ducks. When waterfowl are fed these items, malnutrition and disease can become an issue, especially in young developing birds. Wascana Centre encourages visitors to keep it to the G’s; grains and greens. Items such as barley, wheat, lettuce, and spinach will help the birds develop properly.
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Open May to Sep.

Daily 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. 

Rates And Discounts



  • Free admission

Access

  • Urban / Suburban

Services

  • Self-guided tour

Activities

  • Birding / Wildlife viewing

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair access

Maps & Docs

Contact Info

Phone(s): 306-522-3661 |
wascanainfo@gov.sk.ca

Open May to Sep.

Daily 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. 

Along Lakeshore Dr in Wascana Centre, across the road from the Conexus Arts Centre, Regina.

Latitude: 50.4288° N, Longitude: -104.5945° W

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The Waterfowl Display Ponds, located in Regina's Wascana Centre, welcome hundreds of birds of various species each year. The public are welcome to stop by to learn about and feed the birds in this location throughout the summer months. Display panels assist visitors in identifying and studying the waterfowl. Bird seed is available for free at this location.
 
Work on the Waterfowl Display Ponds began in 1971, when the need for a facility for captive and injured waterfowl was recognized. The pond is no longer home to injured or captive waterfowl, but rather a resting and feeding spot. In 2015, Wascana Centre launched the ‘Bread is Bad for Me’ campaign. The educational campaign focuses on educating the pubic about the dangerous effects of feeding certain foods like bread and popcorn to geese and ducks. When waterfowl are fed these items, malnutrition and disease can become an issue, especially in young developing birds. Wascana Centre encourages visitors to keep it to the G’s; grains and greens. Items such as barley, wheat, lettuce, and spinach will help the birds develop properly.

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Location Information

Along Lakeshore Dr in Wascana Centre, across the road from the Conexus Arts Centre, Regina.

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lat. 50.4288° N, long. -104.5945° W

Contact Info

Phone: 306-522-3661 |
wascanainfo@gov.sk.ca