Sunday, November 19, 2006

Scenes from Crothers' Woods

As a prelude to the Crothers' Woods Public Meeting, I am posting a few scenes from Crothers' Woods. I took these pictures over the past few years and they highlight some of the flora present as well as the uses that the area gets.

A biker tries a new trail feature in the woods (the treatment plant is in the background)

Hiker's make their way through the woods on a hike with the Toronto Bruce Trail Club

False Solomon's-seal (Smilacina racemosa). This plant produces bright red berries in the fall

Sweet Joe-Pye Weed (Eupatorium purpureum) A provincially rare plant makes its home in Crothers' Woods

Fall colours of Crothers' Woods as seen from the Leaside Bridge.

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