The Pitt-Addington Marsh Wildlife Management Area (PAMWMA) is of special importance to wildlife and its
2882 hectares are managed to protect wildlife and habitats. The area consists of three parcels which include primarily marsh, wetlands and tidal. freshwater mudflats, plus some upland forested areas. The 1459 hectare Pitt Unit is primarily dyked marsh and wetland. Addington Marsh is 283 hectares of marsh and wetland with some upland forest. The Pitt Lake Unit, located in the lower end of Pitt Lake, is 1140 hectares of tidal freshwater mudflat.
British Columbia Wildlife Watch. 1995. General and Wildlife Viewing Information: Pitt-Addington Marsh Wildlife Management Area. Ministry of Environment. Wildlife Viewing Brochure
English Name: Trumpeter Swan, Ring-necked Duck, Sandhill Crane, Great Blue Heron, Sora, Beaver, Muskrat, Northern Harrier, Black Bear, American Bittern, Osprey, Mallard, Red-tailed Hawk, Wood Duck, Canada Goose, Bald Eagle, Virginia Rail
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