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Natural Areas

Sandy Dyde Trail
Along this path through the forest, walk along ancient sand dunes from a glacial lake that have been stabilized over time by native plant species. Observe a variety of native trees, shrubs and plants, including birch (Betula), hazelnut (Corylus) and bunchberry (Cornus canadensis). Great horned owls are among the many species that can be found in this rich habitat.

Imrie Wetland
The Imrie Wetland, a natural wetland with water levels that rise and fall depending on season and rainfall. The Imrie is home to a variety of wildlife – stop at May’s Dock along the boardwalk to watch for redwing blackbirds, wood frogs, Canadian geese and the occasional moose.
Imrie Wetland
Imrie Boardwalk
May's Dock

Forest and Wetlands
Hiking trails and boardwalks take you through a great diversity of habitats, including tamarack (Laryx) , birch (Betula) and sedge (Carex) fens, wetlands, aspen parkland and boreal forest.
Forest and Wetlands
Forest and Wetlands

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  • GPS: 53 24 30 N   113 45 43 W

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