Discover Ontario ~ Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre

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Our DISCOVER ONTARIO video series takes visitors along with us as we learn more about the communities and events we experience. Each video and post includes an “interesting” fact about the community or event we visited. See if you can guess the right answer!

This week’s video features the Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre located in Midland. Wye Marsh is open 362 days a year and connects visitors with “nature and promotes an understanding of the vital role wetlands play with the environment”.

Our visit to Wye Marsh was to enjoy the Sweetwater Harvest Festival. Although our visit was short, we really enjoyed the nature trails and the interpretive centre. A return visit in the summer is planned.

What year did the Canadian Wildlife Service establish the Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre?

ANSWER? 1972, 1969, 1958, 1967

The correct answer is shown below. Don’t peek!

Have fun and hopefully we will see you along the “Ontario Road of Discovery”!

**The answer to our Wye Marsh question is the 1969.

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