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Buffalo Lake Moraine Conservation Area (E3-110)


Site Details

This site is approximately 19 km southeast of Bashaw. A parking lot off Highway 56 provides access to the site's east side. Access to the west side is along RR 20-0. Totalling 1,120 acres in the Parkland Buffalo Lake Moraine, this site spans richly varied habitat. Wildlife in the area includes moose, mule and white-tailed deer, great crested flycatcher, pileated woodpecker and rose-breasted grosbeak. An interpretive walking trail leads to Potter's Seep, where you'll find a picnic table and a spring within a balsam poplar grove recognized by the Heritage Tree Foundation of Canada.

Restrictions

Day use only. No open fires. Foot access only.

Partners

Alberta Conservation Association, Alberta Fish & Game Association, Ducks Unlimited Canada, Nature Conservancy of Canada, TD Friends of the Environment Foundation

Quarter Sections

NW/NE/SW/SE-05-041-19-W4, NE/SW/SE-06-041-19-W4M

Wildlife Management Units

206

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