Western Grebe - Photo copyright Jim Stasz 
Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area
Wildlife Centre
Getting to Creston
Creston Valley
Cone Creek Marsh
Trail Map
Wildlife Centre
Trail Map
Nestled in beautiful Kootenay Country, the Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area has much to offer both to the dedicated birder and the amateur naturalist alike - kilometres of walking and canoe trails, a full interpretive centre, friendly staff and volunteers, and most of all, awesome wildlife, with a focus on the birds of the wetlands.
This unofficial site guide was developed by Tina MacDonald following a birding trip to 
Creston in June, 1998.
Things to Do at the Wildlife Centre
Birds of the
Creston Valley
Biodiversity in the Creston Valley
Things to Do and 
Places to Stay in the Creston area 
View over the marsh from the boardwalk
For more information, 
visit the OFFICIAL Home Page of the 
Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area
or write to: 
Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area
Box 640, Creston
British Columbia, Canada V0B 1G0
Telephone: (250) 428-3260
Fax: (250) 428-3276
Veiwing Tower over the marsh
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