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Mammals

alphabetical listing of mammals

Mammals are always a family favorite! Fur, hair, and warm blood are something we can all relate to, probably because humans fall into this category too. Click on one of the groups below to find out more about the mammals that live here at the Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area.

This section is a work in progress. We are sorry for the inconvenience. Complete descriptions are coming soon.

area wildlife + plants

False Solomon’s Seal
Smilacina racemosa

Habitat: Found throughout the woodlands and prairie thickets of Alberta.

Description: The flowers are small and white that grows in dense clusters at the ends of leafy stems.  Each flower resembles a miniature lily which turns into a purple berry when mature.  The plant itself grows in dense patches bearing ovate leaves.

Size: 0.5-1m tall

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