In this episode of CG Kids, Sid and Idee check out the wetlands of Canada when Eldon sends them on a search for the elusive "Marsh Monster". First, our brave explorers head to Southern Ontario and the Sifton Bog, where Joanna John, the Community Education Specialist for Upper Thames River Conservation demonstrates the importance of wetland areas to protect and conserve the environment with the help of our kid correspondents Ben and Patrick. Then, they head by helicopter to Wapusk National Park of Canada (map) in Northern Manitoba and, along with Heritage Communicator, Kelsey Eliasson, trail blaze through one of Canada's youngest land areas and the seasonal refuge for hundreds of Polar Bears. Lastly, Sid and Idee go to the Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, where they are just in time to for breakfast! With the help of Renee Moran, the Stewardship and Wildlife Manager, our intrepid hosts feed some Trumpeter Swans, North America's largest native waterfowl species. Join Sid and Idee on a cross-Canada adventure and learn all about this vital and often neglected part of our ecosystem on this episode of CG Kids.
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