For more information, use the following websites:
The Royal Ontario Museum's Ontario Field Guides project where you
can see pictures of amphibians, fish and bird species in the Hamilton
area and across Ontario, plus you can hear bird calls.
The University of Toronto Botany Department website about the prairie/savannah
'garden' at their Earth Science Centre. Has brief information about
prairies and savannahs with photos.
The University of Toronto Botany Department An academic treatment
of prairies in Ontario by Lindsay Roger (1998), reference material
for a course on the flora (plant life) of Ontario given by Timothy
The University of Waterloo Ecology Department Prairie website. Very
good synopsis of prairie ecology, history and range in Ontario.
The Ojibway Nature Centre, part of Windsor, Ontario's Parks and
Recreation Department and home to one of the largest prairie relicts
in Ontario, The Ojibway Prairie Complex. This is a terrific site
with good information and numerous photos, mainly about prairies
in south-western Ontario.
Tallgrass Ontario is an organization dedicated to conserving and
protecting tallgrass prairie and savannah in Ontario. This site
has basic information about these ecosystems, a list of restoration
projects in Ontario and good photos.
The Walpole Island First Nation Natural Heritage Site website, highlighting
their Triangle Prairie and savannah areas, home to many species