Gladys Lake Ecological Reserve
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Gladys Lake Ecological Reserve was established to provide an alpine-subalpine study area containing unharvested large mammal populations, and to protect Spruce-Willow-Birch and Alpine Tundra ecosystems.
Detailed Ecological Reserve Description
BC Parks has created a detailed description of each Ecological Reserve to support current or potential education and research. Each account includes physical, biological, and cultural information as well as management concerns regarding the Ecological Reserve, with references to supporting documents where available. Additional documents may also be made available, upon request.
- Background Report - 1986
- Botanical and Physiographic Study of N. BC 1971
- Bowser Basin Stratigraphy
- Bowser Lake Group Sedimentation
- Gladys Lake Birds
- Gladys Lake Vegetation and Ungulate Habitat
- Land of the Red Goat
- Our Canadian Wilderness Heritage -1976
- Radio-collared Caribou
Location and MapsPlease note: Any maps listed are for information only - they may not represent legal boundaries and should not be used for navigation.
Eaglenest Range, 65 km ESE of Iskut