The Hike Ontario Guide to Walks in Carolinian Canada
Written by Brad Cundiff.
Published by Boston Mills Press, 1998.
|Blessed with a mild climate moderated by the Great Lakes, the
forests, prairies, fields and streams of Carolinian Canada have a long,
hospitable growing season. The forests of this region boast sixty-four native
tree species including tulip tree, black oak, blue ash, cucumber magnolia and
sassafras. In spring, migratory songbirds bring the brilliant colours of South
and Central America to local woods. In fall, hawks and eagles soar high
overhead as they work their way south along the Lake Erie shoreline.
Featuring walks along more than forty trails in the areas of Brantford, Niagara, Haldimand-Norfolk, St. Thomas, London, Lake Erie, Windsor and Sarnia, The Hike Ontario Guide to Walks in Carolinian Canada is a valuable guide to the natural ecosystems of Southwestern Ontario.
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