Bullington - #98 in Alberta Discover Guide (https://www.albertadiscoverguide.com/site.cfm?grid=E3&number=98) and 72.3 km from Red Deer. To reach this area from Red Deer head east on Highway 11 until Highway 12 continue until Erskine and head south on Highway 835. Turn east on Township Road 382 and north on Range Road 201. The area will be on the westside of the road with a green Ducks Unlimited Sign. There is a pullout to park in but park so you do not block any gates.
This natural area is made up of grasslands, willow thickets and trembling aspen stands. There are large wetlands in the area that have the perfect habitat for shorebirds such as black-necked stilts and white-faced ibis. Wildlife that are found in this natural area include white-tailed deer, coyote, red fox, muskrat, forest birds, grassland birds and waterfowl.
I found this natural area really easy to walk through with a vehicle trail leading to an oil lease and continuing on through the property. There were old cow patties in the area so cattle may be present at certain parts of the year - I did not see any while I was in there. This is a beautiful natural area to explore at any part of the day, but especially nice first thing in the morning.
The partner that manages this natural area is Ducks Unlimited Canada.
Be aware of wildlife in the area, around open water and changing weather conditions.