Open Daily: 10am - 4pm
Closed Mondays & Tuesdays
To avoid waiting in line, book a date and time for your family’s visit in advance!
During the COVID-19 relaunch the Nature Centre will have a maximum of 15 people that are able to visit
the indoor exhibits at one time.
Drop-in spots are available on a first come first served basis.
Main Exhibit Gallery - 'Owls'
In Lethbridge, owls are a fairly common bird of prey, sharing urban landscapes with us.
They are at the top of the food chain, and due to their highly adapted senses, they play
an important role in the ecosystem through the control of pest species.
Owls draw our attention & evoke emotional reactions. Thanks to their human, almost child-like features,
even people who have never seen an owl can accurately identify a bird as being one.
This exhibit helps visitors lean about Owl's heightened sensory adaptations and to discover that nearly
every aspect of their physiology speaks to their exceptional hearing capabilities!
Please note: this exhibit's interactivity has been modified to 'look' and 'listen' activities for safety of our visitors
during the COVID context.
Community Art Gallery - 'Monarch Butterflies'
Learn about the amazing lives of Monarch butterflies - from the habitat requirements to their incredible transformation! This exhibit will help you understand the beauty of these pollinators & will provide
practical tips on how you can support pollinators in our community.
Peg Leg the Crow
(May 1991 - January 2015)
It is with sadness we announce the passing of our beloved Peg Leg.
In nearly 24 years of public service Peg Leg delighted thousands of visitors, helping them to connect with nature while dispelling many myths about crows. She will be greatly missed.
Sophie the Snake
(July 2007 - May 2018)
It is with sadness we announce the passing of our beloved Sophie the snake. Sophie was a dedicated public servant for 10 years and helped to foster a community of environmentally aware and responsible citizens. She delighted thousands of visitors, helping them to connect with their natural heritage
while dispelling many myths about snakes.