A large and irregularly shaped NA about 35 km northeast of Nordegg.
[FP, NOT A LOT ON THIS NA]
Map of the Area
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This site protects a steep north-facing escarpment that contains Cordilleran species such as devil’s club, mountain ash & red elderberry; white spruce-lodgepole pine forest; poplar stands; shrublands; mesic & dry meadows.
Dawn Wind. The aurora borealis, or northern lights, was studied by ancient Roman and Greek astronomers. The phenomenon was named for the Roman goddess of the dawn, Aurora, and the Greek god of the north wind, Boreas .
|Site Type||Natural Area|
|Natural Region(s)||Upper Foothills/ Lower Foothills|
|O.C. No. (Land Ref. Manual)||584/92|
|PASite ID (Map Ref #)||466|
|Site # (Parks Website)||524|
|Total Area||906.69 ha. (2240.49 ac.)|
|Recreation Activities||none noted|
|Operated By||Parks Division|
|Notes and Comments|
The following links are provided as a courtesy but are not verified or endorsed by SAPAA. Clicking on the link will cause you to leave the SAPAA website. Primary source of information is: Information & Facilities – Aurora Natural Area | Alberta Parks (All links accessed on 2023-01-21).
- aurora | National Geographic Society
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