Duck Lake Vehicle Access Closed. Due to the warmer and fluctuating temperatures we’re experiencing, we have closed the gate at the south end of Duck Lake to preserve the integrity of the dike. We will monitor and re-open when the dike conditions become suitable again. Please note that the vehicle access closure for the conservation […]
The gate at the south dike of Duck Lake has now been re-opened as the cold weather has helped to firm the surface of the dike for travel. Thank you for your patience.
Duck Lake Users – please note that the gate at the south of Duck Lake end has been closed as of February 2nd due to the inclement weather we are experiencing. The rain, freeze and thaw has made the dike soft and easily damaged by motorized vehicles. It will be re-opened when conditions are deemed to […]
Thank you Environment and Climate Change Canada! In partnership with Duck Unlimited Canada, with funding from Environment and Climate Change Canada – Community Nominated Priority Places for Species at Risk Program, we just completed a water control upgrade at the south end of Duck Lake. The project started on October 15th with a fish and amphibian […]
The Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area and Ducks Unlimited Canada will be installing a new water control through the dike at the south end of Duck Lake, adjacent to the existing pumphouse. The construction is scheduled for October 13 to 30th and foot and vehicle will be temporarily inaccessible at that location during that period. […]
Please note the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development has approved the following Motorized Access Restrictions on the CVWMA at the south dike of Duck Lake. The regulation can be viewed in the 2018-2020 Hunting and Trapping Regulations Synopsis, MU 4-6, page 48. Please contact your regional office with any questions.Cranbrook: […]
New Smiles at CVWMA! We’re very happy to introduce two additions to our CVWMA staff who came on board in early May. Blaire Smith has been hired as Wildlife Technician and Brody Kunze is our new Operations and Wildlife Technician. Here’s a little background and a photo of each of them so that when you meet […]
The CVWMA COVID-19 Advisory Notice issued on April 17th is rescinded effective Friday, June 19th, 2020. PLEASE continue to follow all current Covid-19 federal/provincial government and health and safety protocols and recommendations.
Regular hours are Monday to Friday, 9am – 12pm and 1pm – 4pm (closed during lunch hour). Please understand that due to limited staffing it is occasionally necessary to close the office during regular business hours. Please consider calling ahead to verify the office will be open when you visit (250) 402-6900. We ask that […]
Due to COVID-19 pandemic and the associated risks to human health, the Creston Valley Wildlife Management Authority strongly advises that you refrain from entering onto the CVWMA until further notice. If, despite this advice, you choose to enter the CVWMA, please ensure that you comply strictly with all applicable physical and social distancing guidelines and […]