Nearest Town: Creston, BC
Site Size: 17,000 acres
Directions: N from Bonners Ferry on US 95 to ID 1; ID 1 NW to Canadian border; ID 1 becomes Hwy 21 in Canada; proceed N on Hwy 21 for 8.75 mi to Canadian Hwy 3; W on Hwy 3 for 2.4 mi to W Creston Rd; L (S) on West Creston Rd 1.1 mi to Wildlife Center.
Description: Creston Valley is a mosaic of marshes, mature cottonwoods, rich agricultural lands, and a place of international importance. Riparian willows and dogwood shrubs are host to songbirds such as Yellow Warbler, Black-headed
Grosbeak, Eastern Kingbird, and Cedar Waxwing. Tall black cottonwoods provide nesting for owls, raptors, herons, and
ducks. Long-billed Curlew, Bobolink, Savannah Sparrow, and Western Meadowlark can be seen in the agricultural fields.
Creston Wildlife Management Area (250) 420-6900
Creston Chamber of Commerce (250) 428-4342