Explore the Wild with Parks Canada and Jellies!

How do you track griz­zlies, elk, wolves, cari­bou and oth­er wildlife in the remote arc­tic? What’s a day like as a back­coun­try war­den in some of the most remote wilder­ness of Jasper Nation­al Park? How is Google tak­ing Street View to trails in Canada’s nation­al parks? Jel­lies has teamed up with Parks Cana­da to help you and your kids learn about some of the most beau­ti­ful and pro­tect­ed out­door spaces in the world.

Your chil­dren can expe­ri­ence the wilder­ness right from Jel­lies to learn more about the joys of explor­ing nature, his­to­ry, cul­ture and more. See bears roll in the snow, bison dis­cov­er the win­try land­scape and hear about the role ecol­o­gists play in pro­tect­ing these nat­ur­al areas.

Look for the grizzly bear at the top of the Featured screen.

How Can I Start Watching Parks Canada in Jellies?

Just click here to go to the Parks Cana­da top­ic in Jel­lies. You can also look for the Parks Cana­da” top­ic at the top of the Fea­tured screen, find it in the Ages 4 and up” row, or search for it in Top­ics.”

Where Can I Learn More About Parks Canada?

Parks Cana­da was found­ed in 1911 and is the world’s first nation­al park ser­vice. Since its cre­ation it has estab­lished and main­tains 47 Nation­al Parks, five Nation­al Marine Con­ser­va­tion Areas, 171 Nation­al His­toric Sites and one Nation­al Urban Park. (see more).

Parks Canada’s man­date states:

On behalf of the peo­ple of Cana­da, we pro­tect and present nation­al­ly sig­nif­i­cant exam­ples of Canada’s nat­ur­al and cul­tur­al her­itage, and fos­ter pub­lic under­stand­ing, appre­ci­a­tion and enjoy­ment in ways that ensure the eco­log­i­cal and com­mem­o­ra­tive integri­ty of these places for present and future generations.

To learn more about Parks Cana­da, their man­date and char­ter, vis­it https://​www​.pc​.gc​.ca/​e​n​/​index.