Sleeve Lake WMA
Sleeve Lake, was established to maintain habitat for white-tailed deer, elk, and grouse. Its ridge-and-swale topography has uplands dominated by trembling aspen with a scattering of white spruce.
Shrubs are in abundance, including Saskatoon, red osier dogwood, and chokecherry. It is a breeding and stopover location for neo-tropical migrant birds like the orange-crowned warbler.
Watch the roadsides for the eastern bluebird and black-billed cuckoo.
Location/Directions: Hwy 7 to Teulon, Hwy 17 north to Poplarfield, northwest on Hwy 68.