Raven Brood Trout Station
54034 Twp Rd 36-0. From Hwy 54, go south on Hwy 22 approximately 5 km, turn west onto Twp Rd 36-0. Turn right at the first fork.
Springs and spring-fed creek open year-round, spruce forest.
Follow signs from parking lot and picnic area to the show fish ponds. Bridges and trails lead past a small waterfall. There is also a 4.5-km gravelled walking trail.
Wood Duck, Bald Eagle, Northern Pygmy-Owl, Great Gray Owl, Canada Jay, Boreal Chickadee, Golden-crowned Kinglet, Ovenbird. In winter: Belted Kingfisher, American Dipper.
The walking trails, day use area, kitchen shelter and showponds areas are open, year-round, sunrise to sundown.
The Red Deer River Naturalists are not liable for any injury or damage whatsoever caused to yourself or others by using this guide.
More birds will be seen in the spring and summer seasons, but all locations will have some winter birds. Typical and common species can be expected for each habitat described. Large deep lakes typically attract migrating waterfowl, (ducks, swans, and geese). Notable Species are species of special interest that have been recently recorded in or near the area.
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