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.
This reserve is small, 0.5 acres, but a significant piece of nature we purchased in 2010.
This reserve lies in an area where many rare species are found. These include the Black Tern, Northern Map Turtle and Henslow’s Sparrow.
This reserve is located near the Lake Huron shore. It is a small 0.5-acre property surrounded by undeveloped land. It may be difficult to find, so we encourage you to use a GPS to find the coordinates on the map provided above. Starting in Providence Bay, follow Hwy 551 south. Head east on Government Road. Once you reach Carters Bay Road, head south. At the end of the road, near the shoreline, follow the road west right to the end. If you are daring enough, park here and walk through the wilderness until you reach the coordinates of the reserve. To view in Google Maps click here.