Watch Birds in Prince Albert National Park
Saskatchewan’s Prince Albert National Park is one of the most peaceful and serene spots for nature watching in Canada. More than 50 species of mammals, 20 species of fish and 600 species of plants have been discovered here. For optimal bird watching, head to the park entrance near Narrows Road. At this point, Waskesiu Lake narrows down to less than 50 metres wide, making it a prime spot for bird-watching. Over 243 different types of birds have been spotted at this park, including the elusive Red-Necked Grebes.