The Adams Nature Reserve
Bordering the Kashe Barrens, this 107-acre parcel was donated by Heather and Alec Adams in 2016. Heather and Alec owned the property since the 1970's, and loved spending time there.
- Old-growth upland forest not logged in over a century.
- Many mature Maple, White Ash, Red Oak, White Pine, American Beech and Eastern Hemlock.
- Deep moist clay soil and sand which is ideal for tall, straight, healthy trees.
- Home to at least twelve Species-at-Risk.
- Nesting area for Scarlet Tanagers, Black-throated Green Warblers, Broad-winged Hawk and Pileated Woodpeckers.
- Indigo Buntings and Mourning Warblers nest along woodland edges.
Visit this Nature Reserve
Best time to visit: Year-round, but the bugs get bad in the spring.
Address: 1900 Coopers Falls Road, Washago, ON L0K 2B0