Cootes, Blanding Turtles, and Dundas Peak

I took these photographs either in Cootes or Dundas Peak except for the Blanding Turtle which I found on the Spectator site.  These turtles are one of the many endangered species of this area and need to be preserved and cared for.  The other photo's I have posted are of the natural wonders and beauties of Cootes, including Dundas Peak in the fall, fungi growing on the trees, amazing natural decomposition in the leaves and the reeds in the marsh. The green spaces of Dundas and Cootes are beautiful for us to enjoy, as long as we take care and help protect the species that are most dependent upon it.

I took these photographs either in Cootes or Dundas Peak except for the Blanding Turtle which I found on the Spectator site. These turtles are one of the many endangered species of this area and need to be preserved and cared for. The other photos I have posted are of the natural wonders and beauties of Cootes, including Dundas Peak in the fall, fungi growing on the trees, amazing natural decomposition in the leaves and the reeds in the marsh of Coote’s Paradise. The green spaces of Dundas and Cootes are beautiful for us to enjoy, as long as we make it a priority to take care and help protect the species that are most dependent upon it.

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2 Responses to Cootes, Blanding Turtles, and Dundas Peak

  1. schlangerg says:

    Those are some really nice photos. I hope you are thinking about turtle nests…

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