The 12 ha Point Abino Woods property supports mature Carolinian forest that has not been harvested in over 40 years. Located in the Niagara region along the north shore of Lake Erie, Point Abino Woods protects and expands species at risk habitat in a highly significant natural area. The property is comprised of 13 acres (five hectares) of mature Carolinian woodland and 17 acres (seven hectares) of semi-retired farmland. The conservation of this property prevents future residential development and alteration of existing mature woodland.
Decodon, pontederia and buttonbush (Photo by Caroline Tanguay/NCC)