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The Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area is not alone in our conservation efforts. Lots of these fellow minded organizations have information on the web. Below is a list of topics that contain links to other sites with plenty of information.

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~ That land is a community is the basic concept of ecology, but that land is to be loved and respected is an extension of ethics. ~ Aldo Leopold

 

area wildlife + plants

Dreamy Dusky Wing
Erynnis icelus

Habitat: The Dreamy Dusky Wing can be seen mid-May to early July throughout Alberta.  It is primarily a prairie species that can be found where the forest and grasslands meet and around shrubby areas. 

Description: A small, dull coloured butterfly, it is the most moth-like of Alberta butterflies.  It is usually hard to distinguish between other Dusky Wings however the Dreamy...

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