This absolutely incredible view is from the top of the Bow River escarpment at the Agrium Nodwell Nature Preserve near Wyndham-Carseland Provincial Park in southern Alberta (photo taken in late September). The Preserve was created in 2008 and is comprised of 59 acres of prairie grassland and riparian areas. Best of all, it is fully accessible to the public – foot traffic only, of course!
The Preserve is home to 300 different species of native plants. I’m eager to do some more exploring when the wildflowers are in bloom. An amazing place!
If autumn is in full swing where you are, where do you like to go to take in the spectacular colours? If it’s spring where you live, what favourite flowers are blooming right now?