Flora & Fauna at Lake Holiday

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Written by Anthony Morelli

On March 21, 2018

Did you see the Tundra Swans visiting Lake Holiday? They stop on the lake in early spring on their migration back to the Arctic Tundra.

Along our community trails and walking paths these wildflowers are among the early spring species that can be found during April:

SPRING BEAUTY: A delicate early spring flower that grows close to the trail going down to Isaac Creek. It often leans on other species, as individual flowers open higher up on the stem.

EARLY SAXIFRAGE: Find it growing among rocks on the Purple Trail, very close to the trail. The flower stem grows from a ground level rosette of leaves.

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