FALL HOURS: September - October
OPEN DAILY| 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Admission is by donation.
by Leila Armstrong | August 24 – September 29
Leila Armstrong is a practicing visual artist who is currently doing her PhD in Evolution and Behaviour at
the University of Lethbridge. She explores the disconnect between people’s everyday lived experience
& their conception of nature as something external and removed.
With Backyard Wilderness, the art project, Armstrong hopes to give her audience an opportunity
to pause & reconsider their relationship to urban wildlife.
October 25th | 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Celebrate the opening of the new Owl Exhibit at the Nature Centre!
Learn more about local owl species in this hands-on exhibit designed for all ages.
Games | Crafts | Activities | Storytelling with Lethbridge Public Library
Special guest appearance by owls from the
Alberta Birds of Prey Centre.
Sign up for a meet & greet session with the owls.
$3 Child | $5 Adult | 403-320-3064
Photo Credit: George Yanicki
April 2019 - October 2019
Discover the world of pollinators and how you can be involved in bringing back declining pollinator populations.
River Valley Exhibit
The state-of-the-art, permanent exhibit is an exciting and immersive experience for visitors of all ages.
The interactive exhibits feature more than 6 unique indoor and outdoor displays.
Welcome to the New & Improved!
The newly expanded and renovated Helen Schuler Nature Centre is now OPEN!
Come check out our new exhibits and explore some of the unique features of our sustainable building.
Taco-Charlie, a tiger salamander.
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.