Alfred Hole Goose Sanctuary and Visitor Centre is located east of Rennie on Hwy. 44, is a nesting ground for giant Canada geese. Believed extinct some 40 years ago, the birds can be seen at close range from the interpretive center. The center contains exhibits and information about Alfred Hole's legacy and the biology of Canada geese. The best times to visit are in early June when goslings are present and in late August through mid-October, when the geese are preparing for fall migration.