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Shell True North Forest (C1-104)

Site Details

This 1,700-acre site is 30 km west of Spirit River, near Moonshine Lake Provincial Park. The Ksituan River flows through this mixedwood forest and hayland site. High densities of ungulates can be found here including moose, elk, and white-tailed and mule deer. Other wildlife in the area includes black bear, coyote and snowshoe hair. The former landowner is allowed to hay and graze the site. The pond in SW 10 is stocked annually with brook trout.


Day use only. No open fires. Foot access only. The 15-acre subdivision in SW 15 is excluded from all recreational activities.


Alberta Conservation Association, Saddle Hills County, Shell Energy Canada

Quarter Sections

NW/NE-03-079-08-W6M, NE-04-079-08-W6M, NE/SE-09-079-08-W6M, NW/NE/SW-10-079-08-W6M, NW/SW-14-079-08-W6M, NW/SW/SE-15-079-08-W6M

Wildlife Management Units


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