Letter: EALT invite nature lovers to Boisvert’s GreenWoods

Above: A northern saw-whet owl at the Boisvert’s GreenWoods – Doris May Photo

The Edmonton and Area Land Trust (EALT) is pleased to welcome you to visit Boisvert’s GreenWoods, a local conservation site, approximately 13 kilometres north of Morinville. This beautiful 80-acre natural area is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including deer, moose, pileated woodpeckers and northern saw-whet owls. A short and easy to walk 1.5-km loop trail will take you past the dugout area and through the old poplar forest.

Thanks to the help of volunteers, visiting this natural area just got a little easier, with a newly expanded parking area and a pedestrian V gate to make it easy to enter on foot. For our full visiting guidelines, visit http://www.ealt.ca/.

For more information about Boisvert’s GreenWoods, including a trail map, directions to get there, and information about the geocaches to be found, visit http://www.ealt.ca/boisverts-greenwoods.

web-Boisverts GreenWoods entrance - EALT

web-Boisverts GreenWoods trails - EALT

Above: Boisvert’s GreenWoods – EALT Photos

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