Local Natural Area Maps

Below is a collection of maps of the various local natural areas located in the surrounding area of Stettler, Alberta.​

Churchill Welsh West Gate

North on Range Road 21-4 off Secondary Highway 601.

Continue north of the red pointer to the sign.

Shuckburgh Slough

On the west side of Stettler on Township Rd. 39-0.
 
Access from 44 Ave in the town of Stettler, heading west. 

Potter's Seep

(As a part of)

Buffalo Lake Moraine Conservation Area 

Access parking lot just off the west side of Highway 56. Located 18 km (11 miles) north of Stettler.

There is an interpretive walking trail that leads to Potter's Seep. This is a natural spring located within a balsam poplar grove. This grove has been recognized by the Heritage Tree Foundation of Canada.

Christmas Bird Count Maps

Note: Clicking or tapping on each map will direct you to a separate page where they are viewable as .pdf files. There, you will be able to zoom in on each for a better look when birding.

Buffalo Lake Area

Red Deer River Area

Stettler & Surrounding Area

Big Knife Provincial Park

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Big Knife Provincial Park is located on the west side of Secondary Hwy 855 (Range Road 16-0A), south of the Battle River bridge crossing. 

The park is 23 km (14 miles) southwest of Forestburg or 27 km (16.7 miles) north of Halkirk. 

Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park

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Dry Island Buffalo Jump is located 30 km northeast of Trochu. 

Head east from Highway 21 on Township Rd 34-4.

There's More Where That Came From...

To find even more natural areas to explore, head on over to Nature Conservancy Canada's Connect2Nature where you will find a map of various locations across the province.

Click the button below to find out more! 

Alberta Conservation Association also supplies quite a wealth of maps! Since they manage properties all over Alberta, including several near and around Stettler & the surrounding area, there is much to discover in the natural habitats being managed and maintained through this organization.

Click the button below to find out more!