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Frog Walk at Hyla Park

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LOCATION: Hyla Park Nature Preserve, Fredericton
COST: Free
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: All levels, kid-friendly

Join us as we learn about the several amphibian species and wildlife that call Hyla Park home. Frog walks allow the respectful study of amphibians and their habitats, while also allowing for the exploration of the wetlands and all other biodiversity found there.

Due to the sensitivity of the several amphibian species found at Hyla Park, we ask that participants who wish to handle the amphibians to please avoid wearing sunscreen and insect repellant.

PARTICIPANTS SHOULD BRING:

  • Rubber boots;
  • Water;
  • Bug net (optional);

HOW TO GET HERE: Hyla Park is accessible by car and by the Fredericton trail system. If driving, the preserve’s gravel parking lot is located behind the Greenwood Drive United Baptist Church at 150 Greenwood Drive Fredericton, NB E3A 3V5.

Space is limited, so please register in advance below:

 
Earlier Event: July 8
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Later Event: July 12
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