Sun-Oka Beach Provincial Park
Mouth of Trout Creek during winter
|Location||British Columbia, Canada|
|Area||30 ha (74 acres)|
Sun-Oka Beach Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada. Established as Claybanks Beach Park in 1969, the park covers a total area of 30 hectares, the park also conserves 558m of shoreline and 100m of Okanagan Lake foreshore.
A small portion of rare old growth cottonwood riparian habitat adjacent to Trout Creek is protected. The cottonwoods and associated wetland thickets provide food and shelter for a variety of birds, insects and small mammals. Birds seen in the area include the northern oriole, warbling vireos and the Lewis's woodpecker.
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