Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust

For Visits To The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust Reservations Must Be Made in Advance. Please call 658-4200 ext. 2512#    

PETREA PLACE, Nature Retreat, Restaurant and Boutique Guest House                      

 The renovation, restoration of the structural integrity of "Petrea Place", the Trust's Nature Retreat, Restaurant & Boutique Guest House, proceeds apace under new operators with a vision and ability to provide superior experiences in dining & hospitality in serene & safe surroundings. July 2017 will feature the re-opening of this unique blending of Nature, superb Menus, Service & Accommodation.                                                              

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The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust's Volunteer Programme has Begun!

 The PaP Wildfowl Trust would like to invite secondary school students to come join our vacation volunteer programme. The Trust continues to aim at building resilient minds and shaping environmental sensitivity in our youths for a better tomorrow.

 The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust teaches Wetland Conservation...

In April 2017 teachers from all over Trinidad attended a Teachers Workshop at the Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust. The topic, "Wetland Conservation" inspiring teachers to think outside the box when it comes to teaching the concept of values and importance of wetlands. This project was made possible through funding from the New Zealand High Commission. The teachers were exposed to our wetland area while investigating how aquatic plants help support ecosystem services. The programme was hands-on and educational as to allow the teachers to grasp new ideas of teaching wetland conservation to their students. Read More...


Volunteering and Scouts 

The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust has always been actively involved in having volunteers learn about Environmental Conservation. From March 2017, the Trust will continue its role as mentor in environmental conservation with the Debe Secondary School Scouts Group. In the pursuit of achieving their Conservation Badge the Scouts are participating in the Trust's Environmental programmes. 

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Scarlet Ibis: National Bird of Trinidad:                                                                                                              Another live hatch at the PaP Wildfowl Trust.

Over the years Scarlet Ibis are bred and released in one of the aviculture programmes at the PaP Wildfowl Trust.  

                       Recently we have read the appalling news of the illegal hunting & slaughter of our National Bird and a migratory flock of Flamingoes in the Caroni Swamp. Trinidad & Tobago have laws that protect our National Bird and prohibit hunting them and other wildlife during the closed season. In the 1960’s our National Bird stopped breeding in our Country because of this very same reason.                                                                                                                                                                                     It is deeply regrettable that we do not have enough Game Wardens to patrol & monitor our wetlands & forests so making the Forestry Division & the Ministry of Agriculture, Land & Fisheries incapable of bringing these monsters to book. At the PaPWFT we continue to breed & release our locally endangered waterfowl.

Combating Climate Change Through Art           The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust in partnership with the German Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago recently concluded an Art Competition for Primary and Secondary Schools which were visited by Trust Educators. The theme for the Competition "Living With Climate Change, Today and Tomorrow" aims to depict the Earth as we know it versus what it may become. Students from all levels participated and submitted very creative and interpretive pieces. See More... Congratulations to all our prize winners!!! See Here...                 

BIRD FEATURES OF THE TRUST...                            Migratory Birds of the Trust                                    The Least Grebe                                                           Northern Waterthrush

 THE POINTE-A-PIERRE WILDFOWL TRUST presents..           Now Available at the P-a-P Wildfowl Trust   

  Congratulatory Letters From Her Majesty The Queen of England and Sir David Attenborough


The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust works German Embassy in Combating Climate Change in Trinidad and Tobago


The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust is proud to be supported by the German Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago again with a grant which would enable the Trust's outreach programme "Adapting to Climate Change". Trust Educators will visit schools specifically in rural areas of Trinidad and Tobago to share educational programmes to the youth engaging them in discussions and showing them that a "green lifestyle" helps fight climate change. 

The Embassy and the Trust have been long standing partners since 2011 in raising the awareness about climate change.



Returned to the Nariva Wetlands

The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust released 10 Blue & Gold Macaws into their natural home, the Nariva Wetlands, to celebrate the 45th Anniversary of the Trust. Read more...

White Faced Whistling Duck

From the Netherlands with Love

White Faced Whistling Ducks and White Cheeked Pintails, locally endangered arrived at the PaP Wildfowl Trust in May 2013 as a gift from Pierrecco Eyma, President of Aviornis, Netherlands. Read more...


The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust celebrates 50 years!!!


Environmental Education Programme

We believe that in nature, one is uplifted and refreshed and that this bond can and does provide a valuable mental and spiritual boost and release for the handicapped and the ill, indeed for every one of us. Read more...