Trans Canada Trail in Redberry Lake Biosphere Region

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Hike the Trans Canada Trail

Hop on the Redberry Leg of the Trans Canada Trail! Travelling from the Wingard Ferry through the Thickwood Hills Forest, down Green Canyon and on to the Battlefords, this is one of the best ways to see the region’s unique and endangered biodiversity.  This leg of the trail is approximately 105 km long.

Visit https://tctrail.ca/explore-the-map/ for the complete map and more information.

Biodiversity

Notable Species at Risk you may see here:

  • American White Pelican
  • Piping Plover
  • Loggerhead Shrike
  • Burrowing Owl
  • Spragues Pipit
  • Northern Shrike
  • Black Throated Warbler
  • Bobolink
  • Long-Billed Curlew
  • Northern Harrier
  • Horned Grebe
  • Western Grebe
  • Northern Mytosis
  • Little Brown Mytosis

This area of Redberry Lake is inhabited by a few creatures and critters that you should be mindful of:

  • Deer & Dog Ticks – High Risk, May through July
  • Bear – Low Risk, April through October
  • Cougar – Low Risk, All Months

For your safety, please read the Hiking in Redberry Guide

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