This site is cared for by the J.J. Collett Natural Area Foundation.
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|Legislation||Wilderness Areas, Ecological Reserves, Natural Areas and Heritage Rangelands Act|
|Park Size||634.10 Acres / 256.61 Ha|
|Legal Boundary||O.C. 416/98|
|Administration / Information||403-748-3939|
|Regional Office||Central Regional Office|
Parkland - Central Parkland
|Natural Region Description||
J.J. Collett Natural Area contains rolling landscapes and a variety of plant communities. Shrublands, aspen stands and meadows are typical of the area. A small stream fed by wetlands winds through the area to form a pond. Small stands of white spruce grow on the area's moist, shady hillsides. Prairie crocus grows on grassy hillsides and in open woodlands. The area is home to numerous bird species as well as deer, coyote and porcupine.
|Land Use Framework Region||Red Deer|