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Wood Cockroach

There have been sightings of the common Wood Roach (also known as Pine Bugs or Cedar Bugs) in the Park Lands area.

Please read on for more information about this insect, and always be proactive with preparations for entering and leaving wilderness areas.

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New Schooner Trail

The North Frontenac Park Lands has established its first official hiking trail.

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Be Bear Wise!

There has been an increased amount of human-bear encounters.  PREPARE and BE AWARE of the steps you can take to avoid encounters with bears.

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Important notice about campsite reservations – all visitors please read.

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Important Notice

Important notice about campsite reservations – all visitors please read

Wood Cockroaches

woodroachThere have been sightings of the common Wood Roach (also known as Pine Bugs or Cedar Bugs) in the Park Lands area.

Please read on for more information about this insect, and always be proactive with preparations for entering and leaving wilderness areas. 

Pennsylvania Wood Cockroach - Wikipedia


 

Be Bear Wise!

Bear

There has been an increased amount of human-bear encounters.  PREPARE and BE AWARE of the steps you can take to avoid encounters with bears.

Please read on for more information about bears. 



 

 

Broad scale Monitoring Program

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To monitor the health of Ontario’s inland lakes, MNRF has coordinated the broad scale fisheries monitoring program since 2008. This long term program is helping the ministry understand stresses on fisheries and other aquatic resources, including angling pressure, and report changes over time. Within a five year monitoring cycle approximately 700 lakes are sampled for water quality, aerial activity, large and small fish species, invasive species, contaminants in fish flesh and habitat. Some lakes are re surveyed every five years for trend through time analysis.

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 2019 Notice to Lake Residents and Visitors.pdf


 

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