Zone 6 Description
Area: ~306 sq km
Zone 6 is located along the western shores of Lake Winnipeg from Fisher Bay to the southern point of Kinonjeoshtegen First Nation.
There are a high number of bat caves in this area at approximately the 24th kilometre from Hwy 224 in and around both sides of the main road going to the community. These bat caves are part of the Lake St. George Ecological Reserve. There are potential snake dens here as well!
Lake St. George Provincial Park and Lake St. Andrews Provincial Park are located along the western edge of Zone 6. There is a campground at Lake St. George, while Lake St. Andrews is primarily a hunting and fishing area.
The Louis Island Important Bird Area (IBA) can be found off the coast of Zone 6, about halfway between the western edge of Fisher Bay and the northern tip of Moose Island. This area is an important nesting area for Double-crested Cormorants, Herring Gulls, and Ring-billed Gulls.
Learn about the Lake St. George Caves Ecological Reserve by downloading this PDF.
Learn about the Lake St. George Provincial Park Management Plan by downloading this PDF.
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