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North American Game Warden Museum

On the front line of natural resource protection, often working alone, routinely facing dangerous situations are Game Wardens. Risking and sometimes sacrificing their lives for conservation, they are North American heroes. The North American Game Warden Museum, located at the International Peace Gardens, will help educate the public of the historical and present wildlife law enforcement and natural resources conservation. Additionally, the museum will house the "Hall of Honors," the first memorial of its kind dedicated to their brother and sister wildlife enforcement officers, who have lost their lives while serving to protect natural resources.

The mission of the Game Warden Museum is to celebrate natural resource protection by educating the and honoring the professionís heroes. The museum houses a wide and interesting variety of animal pelts, mounted animals, horns and antlers for visitors see and touch. Programs are available to children and youth, while visiting the Peace Garden. The museum is a joint initiative of Fish and Wildlife Officers from both Canada and the United States.



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