|Title||Survey of the Odonate fauna in Birch Mountains Wildland Park|
|Year of Publication||2005|
|Publisher||Prepared for the Alberta Heritage Information Centre, Parks and Protected Areas Division, Alberta Community Development|
An odonate survey was conducted in the summer of 2000 (Hornung 2001) in the Maybelle River, Marguerite River and Richardson River Dunes Wildland Parks. The latter two parks are located in the Central Mixedwood Subregion. Maybelle River WP is located in the Athabasca Plain Subregion. In the summers of 2001 and 2002, three wildland parks located in the Kazan Upland Subregion were surveyed. These were La Butte Creek and Fidler-Greywillow in 2001 and Colin-Cornwall Lakes in 2002 (Macaulay 2002, Macaulay 2003). Most recently, two wildland parks within the Subarctic Subregion were surveyed; the Caribou Mountains in 2003 and Birch Mountains in 2004. These surveys were the first for all of these parks.
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Birch Mountains Wildland Park