Wye Marsh


The Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre is located on 3,000 acres of Provincially Significant Wetlands and woodlands in Tay, Ontario in the Heart of Georgian Bay. We aim to inspire a wonder of a nature, a passion for stewardship, an interest in biodiversity, and an understanding of the world around us through unique experiences with wildlife and landscape.
Visitors of all ages and abilities are encouraged to discover raptors & reptiles in our interpretive display hall, explore our hiking, cross country ski & snowshoeing trails, experience canoeing & kayaking on a guided tour through the marsh channels, visit the observation tower, floating boardwalks, waterfowl monitoring platform, wildflower gardens, the bee house and so much more. We offer a variety of guided programming, both drop-in & pre-registered, from guided walks to moccasin making workshops. Wye Marsh provides care for 11 Birds of Prey, 6 Turtles, and 2 Snakes who could not survive in the wild.
Wye Marsh is the steward of over 25 km of trails from the cattails and lily pads of the wetlands, to the trees and chickadees of the woodlands. These unique and diverse trails offer many chances to escape back to nature, and appreciate the habitat of endangered species such as Blanding's Turtles, or threatened species such as Trumpeter Swans.
Help us maintain the trail system through the beautiful wetlands and woodlands!

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