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Butterball Pool Loop


This trail is perfect for viewing waterfowl and wildlife such as beaver, muskrat, mink and deer. The water level sometimes rises above 8 meters in this pond. This is a great pond to view migrating waterfowl, especially in the spring.

Tundra Swans congregate here as do different varieties of migrating ducks - like Northern Pintails, Bufflehead and Greater and Lesser Scaup. When you take a walk on the Butterball Pool Loop, look carefully at the plants that grow alongside, in, on or out of the water.

Hullett has a large variety of submergent, emergent and terrestrial plants that can be studied along the marshland dyke trails. 


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