Dinosaur Provincial Park
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On the Road – Exploring the Natural Wonders of Southern Alberta
Thursday, March 19, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Fish Creek Environmental Learning Centre Shannon Terrace, Fish Creek Provincial Park
The presentation about Dinosaur Provincial Park has been cancelled – We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Discover more about a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is in our very own back yard: Dinosaur Provincial Park. 75 million years ago, prehistoric rivers flowed east, depositing sand and mud, which much later would become the foundation for Dinosaur Provincial Park. Dinosaur is 73 km2 in size and is located about 2.5 hours east of Calgary. This park is now known for its riparian habitat, badlands ecosystem and of course, its large concentration of dinosaur fossils from the late Cretaceous. Stop by to learn about what makes this site so special, as well to be able to touch and feel real dinosaur fossils! Join Amber deKam, Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Services Outreach Coordinator, to learn more about this fascinating park and start planning your next prehistoric exploration today!
Admission is free to Friends Members and $10 each for non-members. Youth 16 years of age or younger can attend free of charge with registered adult.
Registration Is Required.
Free for Friends Members and $10.00 for Non-Members.
Free for Youth 16 Years of Age and Younger with Registered Adult.
Refunds are possible up to 7 days before the event, but Eventbrite service fee will not be refunded.
Fish Creek Speaker Series programs are sponsored by
Photo courtesy of Amber deKam