Paddle For Protection: A Day Trip On The Lower Bird River
The Wilderness Committee is gathering water lovers for the 5th annual Paddle for Protection day trip on the lower Bird River on September 23 – World Rivers Day.This is a chance to reflect on the wonderful wild waterways of Manitoba and think about how to preserve and protect our treasured natural heritage.
Who: Anyone who can paddle, including families and kids.
What: A paddling day trip with lunch included and talk of protecting our water.
Where: The lower Bird River about 1.5 hours northeast of Winnipeg.
Why: It’s World Rivers Day! The lower Bird River, and many waterways in Manitoba, are under threat, and need our help to stay healthy.
The route is 12 km downstream in easy current with two portages (150 and 300 meters). If you don’t have your own boat or paddling partner we can find you both. The cost is $20, including a hot lunch. Transportation from Winnipeg will be coordinated.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 204-942-9292