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Clifford E. Lee Nature Sanctuary

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-A meandering boardwalk and a series of connecting trails wind their way through marshes, sand hills, meadows and aspen and pine woods which are home to a wide variety of mammals, birds, insects, and pond life. This wide variety of habitats in a relatively small and compact area ensures an equally wide variety of wildlife. The year-round residents are primarily mammals such as [[Snow-shoe hare]], deer, [[Coyotes]], [[Beaver], and [[Muskrat]] -- spring and fall are the best times to see the more than 100 species of birds that frequent this sanctuary. From May to August, the sanctuary is bright with wild flowers, each to their own season.+A meandering boardwalk and a series of connecting trails wind their way through marshes, sand hills, meadows and aspen and pine woods which are home to a wide variety of mammals, birds, insects, and pond life. This wide variety of habitats in a relatively small and compact area ensures an equally wide variety of wildlife. The year-round residents are primarily mammals such as [[Snow-shoe hare]], deer, [[Coyotes]], [[Beaver]], and [[Muskrat]] -- spring and fall are the best times to see the more than 100 species of birds that frequent this sanctuary. From May to August, the sanctuary is bright with wild flowers, each to their own season.
''Content and images originally posted by Alberta_Birder'' ''Content and images originally posted by Alberta_Birder''
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A meandering boardwalk and a series of connecting trails wind their way through marshes, sand hills, meadows and aspen and pine woods which are home to a wide variety of mammals, birds, insects, and pond life. This wide variety of habitats in a relatively small and compact area ensures an equally wide variety of wildlife. The year-round residents are primarily mammals such as Snow-shoe hare, deer, Coyotes, Beaver, and Muskrat -- spring and fall are the best times to see the more than 100 species of birds that frequent this sanctuary. From May to August, the sanctuary is bright with wild flowers, each to their own season. Content and images originally posted by Alberta_Birder

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