This historic nature sanctuary protects 134 hectares (331 ac.) of wetlands, open meadows and aspen parklands, providing habitat to species such as common yellowthroat, wood frog, white tailed-deer and mountain bluebirds. Located 33 km southwest from Edmonton’s city centre, the area offers endless wildlife viewing opportunities, with boardwalks and connected trails winding throughout the sanctuary. As a family-friendly environment, the Clifford E. Lee nature sanctuary is open to nature navigators of all skill levels!
Decodon, pontederia and buttonbush (Photo by Caroline Tanguay/NCC)