This 82 hectare (205 ac.) property is made up of a mosaic of landscapes, including rolling deciduous forests, wetlands and a cold water stream (a tributary of the Noisy River). Acting as a natural corridor for wildlife movement within the Niagara escarpment, the area provides habitat for species such as the eastern wood-pewee, American river otter, rainbow trout and the endangered monarch butterfly. Located just east of Creemore, on the outskirts of Websterville, the preserve also offers a recreational trail system for the community to enjoy.
Decodon, pontederia and buttonbush (Photo by Caroline Tanguay/NCC)