Reed Lake - Morse SK
N 50° 24.828 W 107° 05.121
13U E 351841 N 5586718
Quick Description: This bird watching tower is on Reed Lake just south of the Trans Canada Highway, 2 miles west of Morse Saskatchewan.
Location: Saskatchewan, Canada
Date Posted: 10/6/2008 7:35:34 AM
Waymark Code: WM4WFY
Reed lake is a shallow saline lake (6 mi x 2 mi) just south of the Trans Canada Highway. During spring and fall migration tens of thousands birds pass through this area. This is an IBA (Important Bird Area) with Globally Significant numbers of Colonial Waterbirds/Seabirds, Franklin's Gull, Stilt Sandpiper and Tundra Swan.
Park Name: Reed Lake
Sponsoring Organization: Saskatchewan Wetland Conservation, Duck Unlimited, Nature Concervancy Canada and many more.
Handicap Accessible?: No
Website: [Web Link]
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Parking Coordinates: N 50° 24.857 W 107° 05.038
Entrance Fee: Not Listed
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