Consisting of five closely situated nature area, the Ojibway Prairie Complex in Windsor is one of the most diverse ecosystems in Canada. Providing habitat to over 4,000 species, 160 of which are provincially rare,10 of which cannot be found anywhere else in Canada. No other site in Ontario supports such a concentration of rare species. If you think it's important to preserve the Ojibway Prairie Complex and other natural areas, please send a message to your representatives and let them know:
Premiere of Ontario Kathleen Wynne:
Minister of Natural Resources Kathryn McGarry:
Directed, Filmed and Edited by Matt Steeves
Music: 'A rest we'll never know' - A. Hughman
Photo of Loxocera Cylindrica - Steve Scholnick
Thank you to Nancy Pancheshan.