The Nature Centre near the Village of Chaplin offers a wealth of information about the shore birds, the brine shrimp and mining industry as well as the area's significance as it connects to the hemispheric web of migration.
There are shuttle bus tours available which give visitors a taste of the area by providing information not only on the shorebirds but also on conservation, local industry and history and the agricultural practices in the region.
For more information on these tours see our Tours section
Tune into 103.9fm radio station when approaching Chaplin and listen to a recorded message highlighting the areas attractions.
In addition to the fabulous shorebirds, the Chaplin area is nestled into a sea of native prairie, providing birdwatchers with some incredible opportunities. Several rare and endangered species can be found in the area, including burrowing owls, ferruginous hawks, and long billed curlews. If this isn't enough, Chaplin Heritage marsh has a tremendous diversity of water birds including ducks, geese, herons, cranes and rails.