Prairie rose (Photo by Karol Dabbs)
Thank you for visiting the Edenwold Complex, owned and conserved by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in Saskatchewan.
About the Edenwold Complex:
- In the Aspen Parkland Ecoregion with diverse grassland, woodland and saline flood plain habitats.
- About 11 km north of Edenwold or 48 km northeast of Regina in RM of Edenwold #158.
- 258 hectares (635 acres) of uplands and wetlands in the East Parkland Natural Area and the central Qu'Appelle area.
- Threats to long-term conservation: Habitat loss and fragmentation due to cultivation, intensive grazing, residential and commercial development, invasive plant species.
- Habitat for mammals, grassland birds and breeding waterfowl, shorebirds, including species at risk.
Species that may be viewed here:
- northern leopard frog
- piping plover
- Baird's sparrow
- Sprague's pipit
- American white pelican
- bald eagle
- cedar waxwing
- Franklin's gull
- great horned owl
- Richardson's ground squirrel
- red fox
- fescue prairie grasses
- quacking aspen
- prickly rose
- northern snowberry
- choke cherry
- See NCC's species list for Aspen Parkland Ecoregion.
This list contains all species viewed and recorded by NCC in Saskatchewan's Aspen Parkland Ecoregion. How many of these species have you seen here? (Use this species list to keep track!)
- NCC permits foot access only.
- Leave gates closed, fences intact.
- Enter this property at your own risk. Beware of livestock.
- Keep memories and only take photos. Do not litter or dispose of garbage here.
Contact NCC or call 1-866-622-7275 to:
- Lease this area for livestock grazing;
- Hunt on this property;
- Learn more about NCC's work in Saskatchewan;
- Ask us about how you can contribute to NCC's conservation work in Saskatchewan.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada is a not-for-profit, private land conservation organization, protecting ecologically significant natural lands and the species they sustain. NCC works with individuals, corporations, foundations, governments and communities to protect this living heritage for future generations to enjoy.