Sylvan Heights Waterfowl Park and Eco-Center is dedicated to educating people about the importance of conservation and research focusing on waterfowl and wetland habitats.
Through its captive breeding programs, the Breeding Center has made significant contributions to the survival and expansion of many threatened species. With more than 2,500 birds and 170 species, the Breeding Center is home to the largest captive waterfowl population in North America. Pioneering work conducted at the Breeding Center includes Magellanic Steamer Ducks, African and Indian Pygmy Geese, White Backed Ducks and many other species.
*Photo caption: Mike Lubbock presents a certificate to Brian Germick.