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Redstreak Restoration Trail good any time of dayPosted: June 23, 2012
Friends of Kootenay
An interpretive brochure and interpretive panels feature stories of the restoration and its benefits to plant and wildlife communities in the Columbia Valley. Bighorn sheep and the endangered American badger are two of the species profiled.
It is a great trail for a morning, afternoon or evening stroll. Click on the brochure below to read.
The signs and pamphlet were designed by Heather Wall with text by Don Gayton.Tags: Friends of KootenayKootenay National ParkRedstreak CampgroundRedstreak Restoration Trail
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