- Birch River, Manitoba
Birch River is a community in the
Canadianprovince of Manitobalocated in the Rural Municipality of Mountain(North) in the western portion of central Manitoba. The municipality is split into two regions, Mountain North and Mountain South. Mountain North is one of the most northerly municipalities in Manitoba. It is around 26 kilometres from Swan River, Manitoba.
Mafeking, Manitoba, Novra, Manitoba, and Bellsite, Manitobaare all significant communities in Mountain North.
The 183 hectare Birch River Ecological Reserve is located within
Porcupine Provincial Forest, just two kilometres north of the community of Birch River. Passive visits on foot are allowed without a permit. All other activities require prior approval.
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