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|Legislation||Wilderness Areas, Ecological Reserves, Natural Areas and Heritage Rangelands Act|
|Park Size||6,120.03 Acres / 2,476.78 Ha|
|Administration / Information||780-865-8395|
|Regional Office||Central Regional Office|
|Natural Region||Foothills - Upper Foothills|
|Natural Region Description|
This natural area straddles the lower Wildhay River valley. It preserves a rugged area of highly eroded and dissected glacial debris along the river valley and includes diverse upland and wetland habitats. Deciduous, mixed and coniferous forests with stands of old growth white spruce, balsam fir and lodgepole pine occur throughout the site. Wetland features in the area include fens, marshes, meadows and beaver ponds. The area features rolling, broken terrain and steep slopes patterned by glacial deposits. The vegetation communities in the area provide habitat for several ungulates and carnivores.
|Land Use Framework Region||Upper Athabasca|