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Saskatchewan Birding Trail – Prairie to Pine Corridor

Saskatchewan Birding Trail - Prairie to Pine Corridor
Hiking Trails

St. Walburg, Edam, Paradise Hill, Turtleford, Mervin, Vawn, Meota, Glaslyn, Frenchman Butte, Livelong, Bright Sand Lake Regional Park.

The Prairie to Pine Corridor of the Saskatchewan Birding Trail encompasses several communities in NW Saskatchewan, including St. Walburg, Paradise Hill, Turtleford, Mervin, Edam, Vawn, Meota, Glaslyn, Turtle Lake, Livelong, and Spruce Lake, as well as Bright Sand Lake Regional Park. It is not a continuous trail but rather a series of "Birding Hot Spots" indicated by a sign with the Prairie to Pine logo at convenient parking spots. The corridor features a variety of habitats - conservation ... Read more

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Town of St. Walburg

Tel: (306) 248-3232 (St. Walburg)

Community amenities include: gas stations, restaurants, accommodations.

Difficulty: Beginner to intermediate
Surface: Natural terrain, paved and gravel roads
Environment: Mid-Boreal Uplands Ecoregion - wetlands, mixed forest, grasslands, parkland, hills, riverbanks, sloughs. Conservation area, migratory bird staging area


Trail markers
Self-guided nature trail

Saskatchewan Birding Trail affiliate

Information in this listing is subject to change at any time. Please contact the operator to verify that information is accurate.
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