Protecting the Frontenac Arch

 

The Frontenac Arch is a critical habitat linkage of forests, wetlands and lakes. Home to many at-risk and globally rare species, the Arch serves as a funnel for migrating birds, bats and insects, and animals with large home ranges such as black bear, moose and eastern wolf.

Current opportunities

NCC has the immediate opportunity to protect 83 hectares (205 acres) on the Arch that will connect to a network of existing conservation land.

 

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