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#



Every year The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust celebrates World Environment Day with visitors. This year the Trust helped spread the word about the need for preservation and continued conservation of the Natural Environment. The biggest of all issues, Climate Change! Education Officers visited schools invoking the need for lifestyle changes in order to combat Climate Change. Students from Rousec Private School visited the Trust and were challenged to create posters illustrating the environment. The P-a-P Wildfowl Trust is dedicated to making a difference and promoting Wise- use of all natural resources so that future generations may be protected.




Congratulatory Letters from Her Majesty the Queen and Sir David Attenborough for the Trust's 50th Anniversary.


The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust celebrated Mothers' Day at Petrea Place with a Fund raising Luncheon. The Trust will be finishing works on its Interpretive Trail 'Forest Walk', created to teach students and visitors about Trinidad and Tobago's forest trees and the 'LINKAGES' they have to Climate Change and our survival. Food, Drink and Entertainment, a fun time was had by all who attended.

H.E. John L. Estrada, US Ambassador to Trinidad & Tobago and his wife Dr. Elizabeth Cote Estrada together with their twin daughters, Eva and Marie and Ms. Monica Cote, visit the PaPWildfowl Trust.

The family thoroughly enjoyed their Nature Walk around the Trust’s main breeding lake.  H.E. was interested in the work of the Trust and offered his support.


Left Picture: H.E. John L. Estrada & Family receive copies of Trust publications from Trust President Molly R. Gaskin.                                                                 

 Right Picture: The US Ambassador,H.E. John L. Estrada & family enjoy their Nature Walk along the Trust's Boardwalk.


Left Picture: H.E. & Dr. Elizabeth Estrada sign the Trust's visitors' book.

Right Picture: Trust Main Breeding Lake



Project Funded by the Federal Republic of Germany

The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust in partnership with the German Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago has engaged in an Outreach Programme which focuses on Combating Climate Change. Trust Educators will visit schools throughout Trinidad and Tobago encouraging students to make lifestyle changes in order to reduce their Carbon Footprint and ensure a sustainable, productive country.


                                                    St. Joseph Terrace Private School

                                        Bishop Anstey High School, East



Blanchisseuse Secondary School visits the Trust to be a part of the Climate Change Programme 2016. Students participated in a Nature Walk and Educational Films focusing on lifestyle changes geared towards combating the effects of Climate Change and minimizing their Carbon Footprints





The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust is celebrating its 50th Anniversary and is marking this significant achievement with a series of events scheduled to begin in December 2015, progressing to November 2016.

Please follow these events here and in the media!



Again in 1983, another FIRST!  The PAPWFT designed the first Sea Turtle Recovery Plan for Trinidad & Tobago; not only patrolling the beaches on foot & tagging, yearly from 1979, but also with the help of both the National Security Helicopter and a commercial helicopter service, we were able to carryout the first aerial surveys of nesting turtles on the East & Northwestern coast for this Recovery Plan. In 1985 the Trust initiated Turtle Patrols @ Matura beach as part of our outreach environmental education programme for Secondary school students.

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H.E. Lutz Goergens Ambassador of the Republic of Germany in Trinidad and Tobago Visits the Trust


H.E. with Senior Trust Educator Tamara Goberdhan, Trust President, Ms. Molly R. Gaskin, Trust Partner Ms. Sally Callender and Trust Vice President, Mrs. Karilyn Shephard



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 "Combating Climate Change - What you can do". Trust Educators will visit schools throughout Trinidad and Tobago to share educational programmes to the youth engaging them in discussions and showing them that a "green lifestyle" helps fighting 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...