The Essex County Field Naturalists’ Club, with permission from the Windsor Port Authority, and in partnership with the Detroit River Canadian Cleanup, Citizen Environment Alliance and Essex Region Conservation Authority, were given the opportunity to undertake a biological inventory of the Ojibway Shores property. Data was collected solely on a volunteer basis and findings were verified by local experts.
Using 4-season data collected from 2014 & 2015 and an Ecological Land Classification in 2016, this report provides a summary of the findings as well as an evaluation of the significance of the property based on provincial guidelines. The purpose of this report is to characterize the natural heritage significance of the property and its inhabitants and is intended to be used as a resource for future discussions on the land-use and fate of Ojibway Shores.
|Ojibway Shores Natural Heritage Inventory/Evaluation Report||Ojibway Shores PSW Map||Ojibway Shores ELC Mapping|