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Located 20 minutes North of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Oak Hammock Marsh is one of North America’s birding hot spots and a great destination for people of all ages.
This 36 km2 Wildlife Management Area features a restored prairie marsh, aspen-oak bluff, waterfowl lure crops, artesian springs, some of Manitoba’s last remaining patches of tall-grass prairie and 30 kilometers of trails for you to explore.

Oak Hammock Marsh is home to 25 species of mammals, 300 species of birds, numerous amphibians, reptiles, and fish, and countless invertebrates. During migration season, the number of waterfowl using the marsh during migration can exceed 400,000 daily!

Award-winning Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Center is located on the edge of the marsh. This beautiful location offers the perfect setting for the Interpretive Centre’s many entertaining and educational programs. Open year-round, the Interpretive Center also welcomes group tours and school visits for programs like canoe excursions, snowshoe walks, and everyone’s favorite: critter dipping!
Taken from oakhammockmarsh.ca



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  • mindym306
    mindym306over 5 years ago

    Nice work!

  • thank you very much Mindy

    – Vickie Emms

  • Cheryl Dunning
    Cheryl Dunningover 5 years ago

    yep a great spot…i"ll have to go back…and to fort whyte too…

  • thanks Cheryl, I’ve never been to Fort Whyte :-(

    – Vickie Emms

  • Teresa Zieba
    Teresa Ziebaover 5 years ago

    Such a soft light in this shot hon. Love it.

  • thanks hon,,,a little warming filter, you remember this day, you went too, you had sun I didn’t, lol……my day was cloudy

    – Vickie Emms

  • Victoria Jostes
    Victoria Jostesover 5 years ago

    love the repetition of the two tones – very low key. comp is super. well done, vic!!! :))

  • thank you Vicky,,,,I really appreciate your comments; yes I love birding and this is theee place

    – Vickie Emms

  • Victoria Jostes
    Victoria Jostesover 5 years ago

    just saw the duckies!!! are you a birder?

  • Victoria Jostes
    Victoria Jostesover 5 years ago

    i just started a birding club @ the arboretum where i volunteer. (i barely know a robin from a jay!!) but hopefully there will be some like you who know their stuff & can teach the rest of us!!! recently went to a preserve like this one with an audubon club & a birding expert. they were astounding in their knowledge of calls & ID’ing the birdies! what an experience!

  • I will help you all I can Vicky, I do know a robin from a blue jay,,,,but that’s it, lol……….kidding, if you do need help just holler, we have a HUGE bird book here

    – Vickie Emms

  • dougie1
    dougie1over 5 years ago

    nice!

  • thanks Dougie,,,,,,,,

    – Vickie Emms

  • Victoria Jostes
    Victoria Jostesover 5 years ago

    vickie, you are so kind! i certainly will be calling on you!!! :)

  • Ingz
    Ingzover 5 years ago

    just stunning Vickie!

  • thank you Ingz

    – Vickie Emms

  • David Friederich
    David Friederichover 5 years ago

    Absolutely lovely picture, Vickie, with a woderful description that called out to me to travel to Oak Hammock Marsh with my gear. Hopefully I can do that some day.

  • well glad it got your imagination going David. Wouldn’t that be a great experience for you and not too far to reach either. thanks so much for your kind comment as always

    – Vickie Emms

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