Ontario attractions offer great outdoor adventure educational experiences for individuals or groups from canoeing & kayaking, viewing nature up close or learning about historical sites. Students can enjoy many learning experiences with day school trips.
Since its inception in 1944, the WRS has been providing access and logistical support for University and government researchers from Ontario and across North America. The WRS is situated on Lake Sasajewun in Algonquin Provincial Park and operates as a non-for-profit organization.
The AWRS’s Tim Winegard in partnership with Tapley Nature Trail’s renowned naturalist, expedition guide and photographer Robin Tapley and Jamie Giardini have developed new programs to highlight wildlife research in Algonquin Park. Programs will focus on developing an understanding of wildlife life-history strategies (biology, ecology, and behaviour) and how this can benefit ones photographic, naturalist, or other outdoor pursuits.
What better a place than Wye Marsh to have an ideal outdoor classroom? Our programs utilize experiential learning to provide environmental programming. We offer a series of curriculum based programs for schools and badge specific programming for Girl Guides and Scouts Canada groups. All aiming to help foster environmental stewardship.
Knowledgeable, enthusiastic and personable outdoor educators can facilitate your visit and tour you and your group around the marsh along the 25km of trails, in guided canoe excursions, through indoor and outdoor experiential learning programs, skiing and snowshoeing trips, and much more.
For complete information on our educational programs please visit www.wyemarsh.com/field-trips-and-education