This was a great spot to visit. There were so many snow geese at the time of our visit (late April). We saw lots of birds, toads, chipmunks, muscrats and even a mother and baby porcupine. I was hoping to see a bear because they warned us that there are around, but we didn't. There are many different trails to walk so wear sensible shoes and pack a lunch since there is an eating area. There is a snack bar but it wasn't open when we were there because the season was not officially on until May. The staff were really helpful and put the films on in English for us even though there were only three of us. The fee to park and get in was only $6 or $8 each and free for kids.
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