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The glacial blue water of the North Saskatchewan river flows past the Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve; the river gets its beautiful turquoise blue from the glacial silt particals in the water, that originate from many of the glaciers higher up in the Rocky Mountains; the Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve is a semi-arid region of grasslands and open forests