Rattray Marsh, then and now

articles on the human settlement and natural history of the Rattray Marsh Conservation Area
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Rattray Marsh Protection Association , [Mississauga, Ont.]
Marsh ecology -- Ontario -- Mississauga., Rattray Marsh Conservation Area (Mississauga, O
Statementby Ruth Hussey ; Judith M. Goulin, co-ordinating author ... [et al.].
ContributionsGoulin, Judith M., 1944-, Hussey, Ruth, 1915-1984., Rattray Marsh Protection Association.
The Physical Object
Pagination210 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21431278M
ISBN 100969357303
OCLC/WorldCa23688091

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Rattray Marsh. Located in Mississauga and easily accessible from Jack Darling Park or other side streets, Rattray Marsh offers a quick, natural escape from city life with trails, and a nice viewing area overlooking the marsh area where you can observe shore birds effectively.

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We love walking through the Rattray Marsh in. Mississauga and we do so regularly. We usually park in Jack Darling Park and walk to and then through the Marsh itself. There are boardwalk observation areas and several trails and a complete circle walk takes us about 45 minutes. /5().

Rattray Marsh is an environmentally significant Great Lakes coastal marsh within the City of Mississauga. The area immediately surrounding Rattray Marsh has been heavily impacted by urbanization and represents numerous challenges with regard.

Saturday, Sept. 19,and Monday, Sept. 11, Rattray Marsh contains fossils that help form it, abundant wildlife and year-old abandoned structures. And that's just in the corner we explored.

We set out to enjoy the last Saturday of summer and decided to visit the Rattray Marsh. An excellent book — Rattray Marsh: Then and Now (ISBN ) — describes many aspects of the marsh, including birding and the struggle to preserve the marsh.

This book is available in most branches of the Mississauga Library System. Copies can occasionally be found at local area book stores or by calling Rattray Marsh is home to about a dozen deer.

Since the summer ofI have spent hundreds of hours watching them. Before then, I’d only see a deer occasionally during my walks, but for some reason inI began spotting them almost daily.

I now have almost 2, photos of deer in the : BRETT WALTHER. He was key in the acquisition of the Rattray March Conservation Area, and helped in the production of books such as "Nature West Coast" and "Rattray Marsh then and now". Rattray Marsh Conservation Area is home to one of the last remaining wetlands along Lake Ontario’s shoreline.

It is owned and managed by Credit Valley Conservation (CVC), and is designated as a Provincially Significant Wetland. Rattray Marsh is a sensitive area, visited by thousands of. An excellent book — Rattray Marsh: Then and Now (ISBN ) — describes many natural treasures of the marsh and the struggle to preserve the marsh.

It details the various plant communities and floristic affiliations and has extensive listings of interesting and significant plant species. Things to Know about the Rattray Marsh park in Mississauga (near Toronto) Ontario Posted on 11 19 by BetCrooks Rather than repeatedly writing about dogs, bikes, wheelchairs and washrooms, I’ve summarized some of the commonly asked questions about the Rattray in this post.

My childhood was filled with memories of long marsh walks and even after all of these years this place is as magical now as it was then.

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He was key in the acquisition of the Rattray March Conservation Area, and helped in the production of books such as "Nature West Coast" and "Rattray Marsh then and now". In he was the proud recipient of the "Champion for Nature" award from the Mississippi Valley Field Naturalists.

Jim worked with Fred Zwickle to publish "Blue Grouse: Their.

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Marsh. Co-author of the educational slide show, Rattray Marsh – A Journey of Discovery. Kirsten Burling A member of the Rattray Marsh Protection Association. Authored part of the book Rattray Marsh, Then and Now. Co-authored and provided slides for the audio visual “Rattray Marsh, A Journey of Discovery”.

Trails at Rattray Marsh Conservation Area. Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail. Total Distance – km, km through Rattray Marsh Conservation Area. The Waterfront Trail extends km from Trenton to Hamilton along Lake Ontario’s shoreline, and will eventually span km from Gananoque to.

Rattray Marsh contains fossils that help form it, abundant wildlife and year-old abandoned structures. And that’s just in the corner we explored. We set out to enjoy the last Saturday of summer and decided to visit the Rattray Marsh.

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There is very little parking at the marsh and so we parked at the Bradley Museum. Students will work in pairs to create a comparison poster between the marsh habitat and another habitat of their choosing. Students will be given the following list of habitats to choose from: Dessert Arctic Ocean Rainforest Swamp Grassland Cave Lakes At this point, students should already demonstrate an in-depth understanding of the marshland as a.

5 reviews of Rattray Marsh "This is a great place if you don't want to get your paws dirty. Big wooden board walk goes through a trial that lead to a beach. Lots of nature. This place is a must if you want to to go for a nice walk and keep /5(5).

Rattray Marsh is an "environmental gem" located in a unique natural setting within the City of Mississauga. As the last remaining lakefront marsh between Toronto and Burlington, this. The trails around Rattray Marsh lead you through the rushes as well as to the beach along the lake.

You can reach Lake Ontario from Rattray Marsh. There’s a little stretch of beach that gives you a view out onto the lake and the surrounding shorelines. You can stretch out. 5 GTA daytrips to check out this long weekend.

CBC Radio's Here and Now has some expert advice on some lesser-known places to explore. then the 23 bus to Rattray Marsh (last natural marsh.Rattray Marsh offers a rare natural cobble beach on 90 acres of Lake Ontario shoreline in Mississauga.

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As the last remaining lakefront marsh between Toronto and Burlington, this environmentally-sensitive wetland offers a unique urban experience for nature lovers.

Rattray Marsh Jane's Walk Rattray Marsh is the only intact lakefront wetland of any kind in Southern Ontario between Burlington and Toronto. It is safe now, thanks to citizen groups, Rattray Marsh Protection Association, and Credit Valley :