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The Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area (ASCCA) is on a mission to help native species.  From “Rescue the Fescue” to letting wildlife roam, the ASCCA is looking at how we can protect Alberta’s natural beauty.

beaver reintroduction project

building fence with wildlife in mind

wildlife movement study

small protected areas management

grassland and grouse project

natural habitat management

area wildlife + plants

Cabbage White
Pieris rapae

Habitat:  One of the most common butterflies, the Cabbage White was accidentally introduced in Quebec back in 1860 and has since spread across the entire country since.  It is found throughout the entirety of Alberta.

Description:  A very plain looking butterfly, it is mostly white with a few dark patches on its upper wing.

Size:  40-50 mm

Diet...

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