More than just butterflies call the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory home! Interestingly, these poisonous frogs are only dangerous when in the wild, as they derive their toxins from poison insects they ingest in their natural habitat!
Today we are celebrating the memory of one of Canada's most gifted and cherished storytellers, Stuart McLean. Over the course of his incredible career, his CBC/Radio-Canada show The Vinyl Cafe was an encyclopedia of Canadian culture and history. Not surprisingly Niagara Falls was the focus of one of these, and in Stuart's own words it was "one that stands out".
The Northern Owls have arrived at the Butterfly Conservatory! Specimens are on display daily and free with your Conservatory admission. Live demonstrations will take place each Saturday through April 17!
Walk among over 2,000 butterflies from 45 different species at the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory! The tropical climate of the enclosure sits at a balmy 27°, making for the perfect mid-winter escape!
The Laura Secord Homestead was proud to be chosen for the National Ballet of Canada's #150points project for #Canada150. Check out project photos of the Homestead and 150 other influential sites soon at [ Ballet.ca Link ]