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PIGEON RIVER CONSERVATION AREA

445 Gray Road, Kawartha Lakes, ON L0B 1K0

Since 1987

Hiking Trails, Walking Trails, Natural Resources, Waters, White Tailed Deer, Mink, Muskrat, Beaver, Woodcock, Hermit Thrush and Warbler Sightings, Dense Forests, Water Milfoil, Turtlehead, Asters, Cattails & Wildlife

This 125 hectare (308 acre) property was acquired - The trails here are especially appealing to hikers and nature lovers - The conservation area has three interconnecting trail loops that total almost 5 km

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May - October: Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 9:00 pm November - April: Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

It is a valuable natural resource and a beautiful place to explore. It is important for the many cold water seeps and springs that form the headwaters of Pigeon River, and as habitat for a diversity of wildlife. The southeast corner of the property offers a panoramic view of a vast tableland and the valley of the Pigeon River.
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ALTBERG WILDLIFE SANCTUARY NATURE RESERVE

Monck Road, Kawartha Lakes, ON K0M 1K0

Since 1983

Hiking Trails, Walking Trails, Forest, Wetland, Granitic Rocks, Marsh, Beaver Meadow and Cedar, Alder Swamp, Pine Plantation, Numerous Species, Breeding Birds, Woodland, Wildlife & Nature Preserve

They encompasses 470 hectares (1163 acres) of central Ontario woodland and wetland - Moccasin flower, showy lady's slipper and northern beech fern are amongst the many interesting plants

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They provides habitat for numerous species that depend on large tracts of contiguous natural cover. Red-shouldered hawks are frequently seen and have been known to nest on the property. In the summer, the forest and forest edges reverberate with the songs of breeding birds. The property exhibits a great diversity of community types due to its topographic variability, as well as its position on the edge of two major geologic formations.

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