Nipawin

Maurice G. Street Wildlife Sanctuary is 400 acres of boreal forest and grassy slopes south of the Saskatchewan River, just downstream of Codette Lake. The site has ancient flood-plain terrain, and overlooks the Saskatchewan River. Wide range of native plants and berries including 55 lichen species. Trails are found on-site. Dominated by jack pine, tamarack, balsam fir, white spruc, balsam poplar and aspen poplar. Two rare plant species have also been found on-site, including rams-head lily's slipper orchids.

Contact

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