Wild Rose (F3-19)

Site Details

This 960-acre site is on the Milk River Ridge approximately 20 km SW of Magrath. The site consists of native vegetation common to the foothills fescue natural subregion. Its rolling terrain provides habitat for at least 44 different species, including white-tailed and mule deer, sharp-tailed grouse and raptors. Evidence of grizzly bear has also been documented at the site.


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


Alberta Conservation Association, Alberta Fish & Game Association, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Nature Conservancy of Canada

Quarter Sections

NW/NE-25-003-23-W4M, NW/NE/SW/SE-36-003-23-W4M

Wildlife Management Units


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Do not target practice or sight in firearms on conservation sites. For the safety and enjoyment of all users and neighbouring residences, conduct these activities at a gun range. Baiting to attract wildlife for any purpose is prohibited unless with the expressed written permission by ACA or its partners.