Wascana Marsh is a thriving 223 hectare marshland located within Wascana Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Its existence dates back to 1913 when a planner had the foresight to establish the Wascana Game Preserve. Part of the preserve became a federal migratory bird sanctuary in 1956 and still remains an important migration stopover site for over 115 species of birds. Today this area is known as the Wascana Waterfowl Park.

Marsh Dash 2013

The Marsh Dash 2013 was a success! Thanks to all those folks who came out and participated... (continue reading)


Friends of Wascana Marsh Annual General Meeting

The Friends of the Wascana Marsh will hold their annual general meeting on Thursday, January 19th, 2012. The meeting will be held at 7:00pm in the SaskTel Theatre within the Sask Science Center...(continue reading)


Media Release: Lieutenant Governor Presents Wetland Conservation Award

Today, the Wings Over Wascana Nature Festival flew higher, when His Honour the Honourable Dr. Gordon L. Barnhart, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, presented the Lieutenant Governor's Greenwing Conservation Award to the Friends of Wascana Marsh for their efforts in developing and for their dedication to conservation and wetlands education in the City of Regina and surrounding area. (continue reading)