BIRDING

Nature Conservation Centre

The Nature Conservation Centre is a great place to watch birds that like to hunt fish from the ponds stocked annually by Camrose County.

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Lyseng Reservoir

A premier location for birding. Lots of waterfowl, shorebirds, and amphibians. Stop on the north side of the road, near an interpretive sign introducing the main birds.

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Little Beaver Lake

Small and beautiful lake with ungroomed trails around it. You can spot songbirds and waterfowl.

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Economic Development Officer - Lina Petkeviciene

3755 - 43 Avenue,
Camrose, Alberta, T4V 3S8

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Email: ecdev@county.camrose.ab.ca

Phone: (780) 678-3070

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Bittern Lake

Access is on the northwest corner of the Village of Bittern Lake. Trails take hikers through the aspen forest to the edge of the lake. You can spot Western Meadowlark, Ruffed Grouse, Tree Swallow, Waterfowl, and Raptors.

Driedmeat Lake

From Tillicum Beach, you can see many waterfowl, including Double-Crested Cormorants and White Pelicans. Songbirds in the aspen forests.

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Lake Demay

The City of Camrose has many beautiful trails for walking and biking in the beautiful Stoney Creek Valley.

Stoney Creek Valley

Flowing through the city from north to south, Stoney Creek offers a range of habitats, multiple access points, and year-round trails. Watch for Red Fox, Mule Deer, Merlins, and large flocks of Waxwings.

Miquelon Lakes

Along the lake, you can see lots of waterfowl and gulls. The hiking trails will offer many chances to hear and see songbirds, and owls.

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Pelican Point on Buffalo Lake

Lots of waterfowl. Songbirds along the trail.

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Battle River Valley

During the last Battle River Valley Naturalists weekend (June 2023) more than 70 kinds of birds were spotted, including American white pelican, American wigeon, bald eagle, Baltimore oriole, barn swallow, black tern, black-bilked magpie, blue-winged teal and more.