Salmonier Nature Park, Newfoundland, offers a family-fun, outdoor, adventure for people of all ages. The nature stroll, consisting of a 3 km boardwalk trail through wetlands and the boreal forest, is wheelchair and stroller accessible. Along the pathway, guests will encounter educational signage and different species of Newfoundland wildlife in natural enclosures. There is no ability to touch the wildlife. The park does not allow pets.
The wildlife that are displayed in enclosures are life-long residents, having suffered severe, incurable, injuries in the wild. Because many of the animals are masterful at camouflage +/- concealed from view by natural (and man-made) shelters, they may not always be visible.
In addition to the enclosed wildlife, guests will see over 170 types of plants as well as many species of wild birds, rabbits, and other wildlife.
Here are some of the nature and wildlife experiences I have photographed on my many trips to Salmonier Nature Park, Newfoundland.
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