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Species at Risk

Salmon Island

Conservation Easements

Habitat for Wildlife

Fundraising Goal = $250,000

– to purchase a new nature reserve.

  • 10%
  • 81 hectares (200 acres)
  • habitat for a variety of butterflies, birds, insects, and mammals, including bear and moose
  • habitat for at least nine species at risk – Blanding’s Turtle, Snapping Turtle, Eastern Ribbon Snake, Five-lined Skink, Eastern Wood Pewee, Wood Thrush, Barn Swallow, Whip-poor-will, Monarch Butterfly
  • Depot Creek, with a waterfall, runs through the property
  • beaver ponds
  • connects to other protected lands – Puzzle Lake Provincial Park, Quinte Conservation’s Depot Lakes system.

MAP

Watch this video produced by students at Fleming College who collected baseline information about the property as a course project. 

We will be organizing property tours and events in the spring. Please stay in touch on Facebook or send us your email address.

Land Conservancy KFLA

Our goal is to preserve wild lands in the Ontario counties of Frontenac and Lennox and Addington,
providing vital habitat for the diverse plant and animal species here.

Please read more on this website about how you can help our land conservation efforts.

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Properties
protected

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Species at risk are
provided habitat

220

Hectares of protected
habitat

135

Supporting
members

Visit Depot Creek

Follow the marked trails to enjoy a variety of habitats at this nature reserve.

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You Can Help

Join others on a property monitoring trip or to help with stewardship tasks, including trail maintenance and pond sampling.


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Landowner Info

We would like to help you to conserve the land you love for the future. Find out more here.


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We need nature booklet

We need nature booklet

Thank you to the Ontario Trillium Foundation for a grant which paid all the costs for this publication – design, printing, distribution – the rest was all done by volunteers. To receive a copy please send an email to...

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