View North off King’s Highway Nine
Caledon Creek in Peel Slope
The Devil’s Pulpit on Niagara Escarpment
Walnut trees in Bolton’s Heritage District
A giant Hickory tree in Caledon
The Henry (Kwok) Elm – a Heritage Tree on Charleston Sideroad, Caledon Highlands
Traditional cedar rail fencing in the Albion Hills
View south-east to the GTA from Mount Wolfe on the Albion Hills Wedge of the Oak Ridges Moraine
The Albion Hills once brought ‘human happiness’ to Toronto’s working people
Oak Ridges Moraine (with the upper Humber watershed on the west)
One of many trails – Humber Valley Heritage Trail, Albion Hills
A frosty morning on the Humber River in Albion
Blonde Coyote in Bolton
McEwan Bridge on unadopted Kirby sideroad, Albion
Cheltenham Badlands
Church Falls, Forks of the Credit
Hurricane Hazel and the Credit River
C19th stone mining around the Forks of the Credit
Melancthon farm country windmills
Luther Marsh
Great egrets – a breeding colony in Luther Marsh
Island Lake, Orangeville
A ‘Wolf Tree’ in the Credit Valley (once solitary trees in newer forests)
A spreading valley invasive, Giant Hogweed
Threatened Jefferson Salamander from Upper Credit watershed
Snowy egret – an occasional summer visitor to farm ponds
Little Wood Satyr butterfly (courtesy Mark Whitcombe)
Giant Swallowtail caterpillar (courtesy Dawn Renfrew)
Ferocity of Nature (a 200 year+ sugar maple after a C21st ice storm)
Future threats (a suggested transit corridor through the Escarpment and Peel Slope)
The Escarpment – recreation versus extraction
Upper Nottawasaga River
Banner Bee
Wetland loss map for Peel Region (Town of Caledon is the northern section)
Woodland map for Peel Region (forested portion is Escarpment and highlands of Caledon)