• Wow Festival / Photo by Adam Crosby

  • Naturalized Area / Photo by Ingrid Thiessen

  • Western Painted Turtle / Photo by Jared Clarke


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.


Latest News

2017 Annual General Meeting

January 19, 2017

Wascana Marsh Fundraising Banquet, Wed. May 11, 2016

May 11, 2016

Guest speaker Christy Morrissey, Uncovering the Secrets of Bird Migration

School Day 2016 is filled!

March 17, 2016

We have had overwhelming interest and school day slots are full for 2016.