Running from Feb 17 to Apr 29 daily – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This exciting exhibit at the Butterfly Conservatory highlights the incredible biodiversity we have in our province, featuring a variety of species both common and at risk in our communities. Learn why some species may do well around people while others are at risk.

An exciting chance to experience the 5 most well-known classes of animals: mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians, fish and invertebrate. You will see a barn owl, American kestrel, porcupine, skunk, wood turtle, spotted turtle, common toad, grey tree frog, yellow spotted salamander, black rat snake, garter snake and gar pike.

In addition to the live animal exhibit, panel displays focus on other Ontario species including those at risk, major ecosystems, and what people in Ontario and around the world can do to assist species in their communities and their own backyards.

See our other Niagara Falls event listings, so many reasons to visit!

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