Last Mountain Lake Bird Sanctuary

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By order-in-council of the federal government on June 8, 1887, the islands and a portion of the shoreline of the northern eleven miles of Last Mountain Lake were set aside as a breeding grounds for wild fowl.

The first such preserve in Canada, it became officially the Last Mountain Lake bird sanctuary after passage of the migratory birds convention act in 1917.


Land Location NE S29 T23 R23 W2M
Rural Municipality 221 - Sarnia
GPS Location 50° 59' 26.48" N, 105° 10' 32.27" W
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