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Wadena Wildlife Wetlands

Wadena Wildlife Wetlands
Hiking Trails

7km S of Wadena on Hwy 35 (to Wetlands sign), then 9km W to marsh.

Due to High Water levels of the Quill Lakes and the flooding of the access road; the main observation towers and trails are not accessible at this time.

The Wadena Wildlife Wetlands are part of the Quill Lakes International Bird Area and the Western Hemispheric Shorebird Reserve (designated in 1994). This area is an important staging site for over 800,000 shorebirds and waterfowl annually. It supports a breeding colony of white pelicans, Canada's largest population of the endangered ...
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Town Of Wadena

Tel: (306) 338-2145
Email: wadrec@sasktel.net
Website: http://townofwadena.com/visitors/ecotourism/wetland-trails/

Length: 4.9km
Difficulty: Beginner to intermediate
Surface: Natural terrain, boardwalks
Environment: Aspen Parkland Ecoregion - grassland, wetland marsh, migratory bird staging area
Trailhead GPS: 51.9108N,-103.8904W

Hiking
Walking
Birdwatching

Backcountry
No admission charge
Parking at trailhead
Pit toilet
Picnic area
Trail markers
Interpretive signs at trailhead
Interpretive signs enroute
Self-guided nature trail
Viewing platform(s)
Canoeing
Warm-up shelter(s)

Saskatchewan Birding Trail affiliate
Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network 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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