Pemberton Wetlands Wildlife Management AreaDonald Lovegrove2014-04-06T15:32:40-07:00
Premier Listings for Pemberton Wetlands Wildlife Area
The Pemberton Wetlands Wildlife Management Area encompasses a number of freshwater wetlands and riparian areas in the vicinity of the Upper Lillooet River and Green River in Pemberton (753 hectares). The wetlands in the Pemberton area have long been recognized for their significant fish and wildlife values, and were designated as a wildlife management area in 2011.
These areas provide habitat for salmon and other fish species, waterfowl, songbirds, moose, beaver, otter, and black bear. The area also provides habitat for a number of red-listed and blue-listed species, including trumpeter swan and harlequin duck.
Designation as a wildlife management area under the Wildlife Act prioritizes conservation and management of wildlife, fish and their habitats. Other permitted land uses can be identified in an area management plan developed in consultation with conservation groups and other stakeholders. The designation also allows the ministry to make regulations to better manage the wildlife area.
Nearby Regions & Towns
Greenwood Country InnGreenwood Country Inn
Enjoy the quiet and spectacular mountain setting, the unparalleled views, and the contemporary West Coast wood construction of Greenwood Country Inn. Relax and unwind in our elegant Chalet-style home perched on a bluff above Pemberton, and within walking distance to town. We offer country living and warm hospitality, private air-conditioned bird-theme rooms, a romantic Honeymoon Suite, many view decks, and an expansive First Nations Art Collection. The guest lounge features 18-foot vaulted ceilings, fireplace and a piano. Delicious breakfast and warm atmosphere. German and English spoken.
Greenwood Country Inn is only 25 minutes away from cross-country and downhill skiing at Whistler Blackcomb, or try our local heli-ski company for an unforgettable day of fresh powder tracks. The area offers some of the best snowmobiling in North America, so rent a sled or bring your own.