Bio-Inventory of Ducks Unlimited Canada's Property

In early 2018, Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) acquired 440 acres of land in the Carp Hills for conservation purposes. The western side of the property falls within the candidate provincially significant life science ANSI and all of the property lies within the Carp Hills provincially significant wetland complex. DUC hired ecologist Holly Bickerton to conduct a bio-inventory of the property to establish a baseline and inform placement of trails. On many of her field trips Holly has been accompanied by Dan Brunton, and they have found many uncommon and rare plants. The site also supports a thriving Blanding's turtle population.

Posted on September 13, 2018 02:23 PM by jlmason jlmason | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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To record the bio-diverse flora and fauna of the Carp Hills in its three distinct areas: Canadian Shield gneissic rock barrens, Canadian Shield rocky upland forests and wetlands, and deciduous forests on calcareous (marble) intrusions.

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