Biodiversity in our Nature Reserves

Have you recently visited one of our nature reserves and observed something interesting? At the right place and the right time you might see a monarch pupating, catch a glimpse of spring beauty flowering, chicks being cared for, or turtles nesting. Whatever you have seen, we want to hear about it!

Our nature reserves hold a number of habitats for a diversity of species including old growth forests, wetlands, Carolinian woodlands, savanna and meadow. Whether you are a novice, a seasoned naturalist or somewhere in-between, we want you to help us keep track of the biodiversity at our nature reserves.

The sighting information collected at our nature reserves will be used to help inventory the biodiversity, identify species at risk and to help engage the community.

Biodiversity Reporting Form

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Conserving nature in the heart of Carolinian Canada