This 100-acre site is located approximately 21 km northeast of Vauxhall. To access the site, travel 6.4 km north of Vauxhall along Highway 36 to Twp Rd 140 and then turn east and travel approximately 15 km. Habitat enhancement activities have been initiated to improve nesting, brood-rearing and winter cover for upland birds. With the financial assistance of PF – Calgary Chapter, nearly 35 acres of cropland have been reseeded with a grass mix suitable for nesting birds, and a 12 acre wetland complex was developed in the fall of 2011. The remaining habitat primarily consists of tame grass hayland. There are also some draws with native grasses and shrubs. Wildlife found in the area includes pheasants, sharp-tailed grouse, partridge, deer, pronghorn antelope, and the occasional rattlesnake.
Day use only. No open fires. Foot access only.
Alberta Conservation Association, David Bissett, Pheasants Forever – Calgary Chapter
Wildlife Management Units