Pitt Addington Marsh
Tony and Veronica at the Pitt-Addington Marsh, also known as the Katsi Marsh to the local indian band. The Pitt-Addington Marsh is 2882 hectares and lies along a major migration route of the Pacific Flyway. It is among the largest waterfowl reserves in Canada; The unique mix of marsh, raised bog, bog forest, intertidal mudflats and upland forests attracts a wide range of bird species. - (BC Gov't Site)
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