| March 1998|
| 65.21 km²|
| Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, Alberta, Canada|
Alberta Culture and Tourism
Fidler-Greywillow Wildland Park is a provincial park located in northeastern Alberta, Canada within the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo. Summer activities include activities like back-country camping, hunting, kayaking, and fishing, and Winters offer Snowmobiling. Random backcountry camping is allowed on Bustard Island.
Fidler-Greywillow Wildland Park Wikipedia
The Fidler-Greywillow Wildland Park lies within the natural regions of the Canadian Shield - Kazan Uplands, and the Boreal Forest - Athabasca Plain.
The park starts at an unnamed creek along the northwest shore of Lake Athabasca to Fidler Point. It also encompasses several islands in the lake; These include Bustard Island, Burntwood Island, and the Lucas Islands To the southeast of Burntwood Island is Egg Island a small island part of the Egg Island Ecological Reserve.
Forbs specimens included; Drosera anglica (Oblong-leaved sundew), Menyanthes trifoliata (Buck-bean), Triglochin maritima (Side arrow grass). Graminoids specimens included; Carex chordorrhiza (Prostrate sedge), Carex lasiocarpa (Woollyfruit sedge), Carex limosa (mud sedge), Carex rostrata (Beaked sedge), Juncus stygius (Marsh rush), Scheuchzeria palustris (Scheuchzeria). Bryophytes specimens included; Sphagnum angustifolium (fine peat/bogmoss), Warnstorfia exannulata (brown peat moss).
Common trees boitgh on the mainland and islands indclueds the black spruce (Picea mariana), jack pine (Pinus banksiana), white spruce (Picea glauca), and the paper birch (Betula papyrifera) In a 2005 study of flora in the park the first record of Carex echinata (star sedge) was found on Burntwood Island.
Travel to the park is float-plane form Fort McMurray, as well people can take a boat ride form Fort Chipewyan. There are no summer access roads that run into the park.