Surviving the Winter!

Have you ever wondered how animals survive Manitoba’s winters? The mammals, insects, birds, reptiles, amphibians and even plants all manage to survive the winter using a wide variety of ways. Some migrate to warmer areas, others hibernate, and others have adapted unique ways of coping with the cold and lack of food. Learn more

February events (PDF, 225KB)

World Wetlands Day Colouring Contest

January 5 to February 2

Colour the wetland picture and mail or bring it to the Interpretive Centre by February 2.


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World Wetlands Day

February 2

Celebrate this very important day for the Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre. Take in slide and video
presentations and tour the marsh on guided snowshoe walks to learn how important wetlands are around the world.


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Ring-necked Duck Decoy Carving

February 8, 15 & 22

Learn to carve your very own Ring-neck Duck decoy from award winning carvers. This three part course will teach you
the classic North American art of decoy carving. Preregistration is required. Workshop fee is $80 for Oak Hammock members, $95 for non-members.

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Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre is a joint project of:

Ducks Unlimited Canada

Government of Manitoba