Junction Lake (D4-129)
This 289-acre site is approximately 22 km E of Vegreville. Access is on the W side from RR 125 or the E side from RR 124. This site has a rolling topography with trembling aspen and balsam poplar stands, wetlands and open fields scattered throughout. Habitat enhancement work done on the site include tree plantings, wetland restoration and habitat management for shorebirds. A shorebird viewing platform is on the E side of the shallow alkali lake located in the NW side of the property. Many waterfowl use this and the other small waterbodies on the site. Other wildlife includes moose, white-tailed and mule deer, black bear and ruffed grouse.
Day use only. No open fires. Foot access only. To protect sensitive shorebirds and their habitat, do not walk on beaches and shorelines of waterbodies identified on the site map from April 15 to August 15.
Alberta Conservation Association, Alberta Fish & Game Association, ConocoPhillips Canada Resources Corp., Ducks Unlimited Canada
Wildlife Management Units