In the last few years, Island Nature Trust’s outreach focus has moved to immersive nature education and experiential activities for the public. Our strategy is that, young and old, we all retain knowledge more effectively when we are immersed and using all of our senses in the learning experience. We hope that the messages children, youth and adults receive through our programs will carry with them for the rest of their lives. If you don’t love it, you won’t protect it. It is through a deep connection to nature that conservation begins.
The passport is a booklet containing information on a series of events we have organized throughout the year. The ‘wildly’ successful event series helped Islanders and visitors alike experience and learn more about PEI’s protected places.
Observe and learn about the majestic but threatened Bank Swallow in their cliffside habitat in North Cape.
More than just a jaunt. It’s a race against the tide when we walk across the tidal flats to St. Peters Island.
Learn about Island fossils and where to find them by beachcombing with a geologist in Earnscliffe.
We’ll be adding new events to the Passport To Nature series throughout the year. Keep an eye on this page or follow us on social media to learn more and register for these events as they arise.