Hudson Bay

Rendek Elm Forest Nature Sanctuary is a 35-acre site at the confluence of Smoking Tent Creek and the Red Deer River (area is sometimes flooded as a result), northeast of Hudson Bay. This site is densely forested, with Manitoba maple and balsam poplar trees dominating. Dutch Elm Disease was found here in 2002, and has killed most of the America elm. Site has 78 recorded plant species, including 5 rare species and 22 lichen species. Berries. The area is in the range of hundreds of bird species. Site has several rare plants including red elderberry, ostrich fern, and nodding trilium. Please note that the bridge over the creek is no longer in use.

Contact

Nature Saskatchewan
306-780-9293 or 306-551-0152