What's Happening in Fall at the Wye Marsh


  • Plan your Visit!
    Wye Marsh is open to explore 7 days a week, 362 days a year. Click here to plan your visit including business hours, admission pricing, and everything else you need to know to explore the trails!
  • Halloween on the Trails- October 29 and 30, 2022
    All things spooky, silly, and sparkly are invited in costume to celebrate Halloween in the marsh! Put on your Halloween finery. Teleport to Wye Marsh. Explore the trails to collect stamps in your Halloween passport.
  • Wye Marsh's Annual Fundraiser: Connecting for Conservation - November 4 - 20, 2022
    An online silent auction fundraiser in support of conservation, environmental education, and stewardship initiatives at Wye Marsh!
  • Winter Finches Workshop - November 5, 2022
    The Winter Finch Workshop will include insights into identification of all Ontario finches, how best to attract finches to your backyard (feeders/feed), a look into yearly and lifetime cycles that finches follow, and an interpretive hike to observe finches.
  • Owl Prowl: Nocturnal Birding Hike - November 5 & 12, 2022 (SOLD OUT)
    Join Mak Soden as he guides attendants on an Owl Prowl through the Wye Marsh in search of the 5 species of owls that commonly inhabit the area.
  • Art in the Marsh: Wildlife Photography Workshop - September 23, 2023
    Grab your camera, and get ready to play with lighting, composition and depth-of-field to create artistic wildlife images. Learn how to approach skittish birds and other shy critters to get that perfect shot.
  • Beaded Earring Workshop- September 24 2023
    Come join Noopimiing Creations to learn how to make beaded earrings. This workshop is a great introduction to an ancient artform, and you will learning different techniques and skills to create beautiful jewellery
  • Moose Hair Tufting Workshop- October 21 2023
    It is amazing what beautiful designs can be created using moose hair tufting. Join Noopimiing Creations at Wye Marsh and learn how to make a pom pom, by securing a bundle of hair with a loop stitch, and then sculpt it into a shape or pattern inspired by nature.
  • Moccasin Making Workshop- November 4, 2023
    Moccasins are created all over North America by many different nations, in many different styles, and are called “Makizin” in Anishinaabemowin. Spend the day with our Instructors from Noopimiing Creations and they will teach you an Ojibwe “puckering” technique as you create your own "Makizin" to take home.