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Terra Cotta Falls is a 12-metre high plunge falls on Roger’s Creek, just outside of the Terra Cotta Conservation Area in Halton Hills, ON.

Tags:   Terra Cotta Falls Roger's Creek Terra Cotta Conservation Area 14452 Winston Churchill Boulevard Halton Hills Ontario Canada Waterfalls Conservation Areas

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Terra Cotta Falls is a 12-metre high plunge falls on Roger’s Creek, just outside of the Terra Cotta Conservation Area in Halton Hills, ON.

Tags:   Terra Cotta Falls Roger's Creek Terra Cotta Conservation Area 14452 Winston Churchill Boulevard Halton Hills Ontario Canada Waterfalls Conservation Areas

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Excerpt from wordyvirdee.medium.com:

Wolf Lake is one of the largest open water bodies in the Credit River watershed located within Terra Cotta Conservation Area in Caledon, Ontario. It’s a favorite spot with nature enthusiasts, anglers (fishing), and boaters. Designated and protected as a Provincially Significant Wetland that drains through Second Creek, up from the Niagara Escarpment into the Credit River.

This lacustrine (standing water body) is a warm water fish community characterized by self-sustaining largemouth bass, pumpkinseed sunfish, brown bullhead, white sucker and various minnows. Its frequented regularly by anglers throughout the bass fishing season lasting from late June till late November.

Although, there aren’t any fishing restrictions on other fish species during regular angling season, conservation area rules do not allow any fishing outside the bass season. Therefore, ice fishing is not permitted on Wolf Lake. There also a potential of Wolf Lake to be considered as an ice skating venue during winter which rules ice fishing out (a plan that yet remains to be implemented but one that’s eagerly awaited!). A valid Ontario fishing license is required stipulating all anglers be between ages of 18 and 65 before attempting to enjoy ‘catch of the day!’

Wolf Lake resides within the boundaries of Terra Cotta Conservation Area hence open year round for its scenic beauty and wildlife, which can be enjoyed tremendously walking through several well-marked trails. This natural wonder is notable for its diverse wildlife, which include approximately 151 bird species, 15 amphibians, 6 reptiles and over a dozen mammals. Conservation area(s) around Wolf Lake, amounting to over 260 hectares, is significant for sustenance and survival of sensitive species terrestrial species.

Tags:   Wolf Lake Terra Cotta Lane Terra Cotta Conservation Area 14452 Winston Churchill Boulevard Halton Hills Ontario Canada Conservation Areas

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Excerpt from wordyvirdee.medium.com:

Wolf Lake is one of the largest open water bodies in the Credit River watershed located within Terra Cotta Conservation Area in Caledon, Ontario. It’s a favorite spot with nature enthusiasts, anglers (fishing), and boaters. Designated and protected as a Provincially Significant Wetland that drains through Second Creek, up from the Niagara Escarpment into the Credit River.

This lacustrine (standing water body) is a warm water fish community characterized by self-sustaining largemouth bass, pumpkinseed sunfish, brown bullhead, white sucker and various minnows. Its frequented regularly by anglers throughout the bass fishing season lasting from late June till late November.

Although, there aren’t any fishing restrictions on other fish species during regular angling season, conservation area rules do not allow any fishing outside the bass season. Therefore, ice fishing is not permitted on Wolf Lake. There also a potential of Wolf Lake to be considered as an ice skating venue during winter which rules ice fishing out (a plan that yet remains to be implemented but one that’s eagerly awaited!). A valid Ontario fishing license is required stipulating all anglers be between ages of 18 and 65 before attempting to enjoy ‘catch of the day!’

Wolf Lake resides within the boundaries of Terra Cotta Conservation Area hence open year round for its scenic beauty and wildlife, which can be enjoyed tremendously walking through several well-marked trails. This natural wonder is notable for its diverse wildlife, which include approximately 151 bird species, 15 amphibians, 6 reptiles and over a dozen mammals. Conservation area(s) around Wolf Lake, amounting to over 260 hectares, is significant for sustenance and survival of sensitive species terrestrial species.

Tags:   Wolf Lake Terra Cotta Lane Terra Cotta Conservation Area 14452 Winston Churchill Boulevard Halton Hills Ontario Canada Conservation Areas

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Excerpt from ontariotrails.on.ca:

Terra Cotta Lane is a great way to introduce yourself to this conservation area and is a major access route to some of our other trails. Starting near the parking area, the trail follows an old road along the eastern shore of a pond and eventually loops back to the parking area. Although this trail is a loop, there are a number of one- way arms that allow you access to the Vaughn and McGregor Spring Pond trails. This easy trail is good for nature enthusiasts of all ages. At Terra Cotta, we have created a network of interconnected hiking trails, footpaths and old roadways that will take you to different parts of the conservation area where you can experience a mosaic of natural and cultural settings.

Tags:   Terra Cotta Lane Terra Cotta Conservation Area 14452 Winston Churchill Boulevard Halton Hills Ontario Canada Conservation Areas Waterfalls


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