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Kerry Wood Nature Centre

The Kerry Wood Nature Centre is a park and federal migratory bird sanctuary that offers an extensive program of natural history interpretation, major special events, school, youth group and public programs, daycamps and even sleepovers!

The Waskasoo Park Interpretive Program operates the city- and district-wide interpretive and environmental education program. This includes managing the Kerry Wood Nature Centre, Historic Fort Normandeau, Gaetz Lakes Sanctuary and the Allen Bungalow - an Alberta Registered Historic Resource.

The Nature Centre is is located at 6300 - 45 Avenue in Red Deer. For more information on the Nature Centre and its programs you can reach them by phone (403)346-2010, fax 403 347-2550, or online through its website or via email at general@waskasoopark.ca The Kerry Wood Nature Centre is open year-round, closing only on Christmas day.

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