Those of us that live in southern Alberta sometimes don't realize what we have right here. The Helen Schuler Nature Centre is one of the amazing charms of our region. The centre is located in the Old Man River bottom in the coulee and is easy to find. The new building is beautiful and overlooks the nature reserve towards the river. The whole scene is one of indigenous nature with amongst the cottonwoods and overlooked by the longest and highest train bridge in the world that was built in 1909 by the CPR. The bridge is used daily to transport goods from all over Canada. Inside the nature centre is a special surprise as well. Peg Leg is an elderly crow that was rescued years ago and has been lovingly brought up by the staff of the centre. She is friendly and will often say "hello". The staff and voluteers are knowledgeable about everything dealing with our beautiful part of Canada and my wife and I always make it a stop to take visitors. Great job by everyone involved with this amazing attraction in Lethbridge, Alberta.
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