Manitoulin Island Reserves

Green Point

This reserve extends the existing Queen Mum Park, officially designated as a Natural Environment Provincial Park in 2014.

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Marsh Lake

Marsh Lake is a large property, comprised of majority of Marsh Lake. It has been important in the recovery of the Sandhill Crane, as they have been known to nest here.

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Bailey Alvar

This reserve is considered an important bird area and falls within the Manitoulin Island North Shore Natural Area.

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Misery Bay

Misery Bay is made up of four properties that were acquired by EBC over a few years. These properties add to the existing Misery Bay Provincial Nature Reserve and have beautiful hiking trails!

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McLaughlin Alvar

The McLaughlin Alvar reserve is considered an important bird area. It is located between two lakes, Saigeohn Lake and Mud Lake.

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Ice Lake

Ice Lake is a beautiful reserve that encompasses the full range of the Escarpment. There is a trail that will lead you from the bottom at Ice Lake up the Escarpment where you can enjoy the view!

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Dewar Shores

EBC has been expanding this reserve since its original acquisition in 2005. It is at 281-acres and will hopefully expand to 381-acres in the near future!

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Carters Bay

This small 0.5-acre reserve was acquired in 2010. It may be small but its proximity to the Huron shore makes it an important piece of nature to protect. Many species at risk have been sighted on and near this reserve.

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Cup and Saucer

Cup and Saucer reserve was one of our first! It is a 300 acre property with a 12 km hiking trail!

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Bidwell Bog

Bidwell Bog is a unique reserve that has a rare savannah landscape and a bog. This property has a beautiful hiking trail close to our Cup and Saucer reserve.

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Carroll Reserve

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Anderberg

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Ganz-Jones

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Bailey - Honora

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Bingaman

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Freer Point

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Red Deer Village

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Andrews White's Point

Andrews White's Point Reserve is a 6.5-acre property protecting 1200 feet of Lake Huron shoreline. It was donated to EBC in 2007 by Dr. Ronald Andrews. As a wetland, this reserve has varying amounts of marsh and is home to a variety of species at risk both provincially and nationally.

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Ten Mile

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Eagle's Nest

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Fossil Hill

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