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Vanderwater Conservation Area210 viewsThe 15 km of trails explore a wide range of natural environments from mature cedar forests in the low lying areas to hardwood and coniferous forests that cover the slopes and high ground.
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Vanderwater Conservation Area207 views
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Vanderwater Conservation Area193 views
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Vanderwater Conservation Area189 viewsThe 15 km of trails explore a wide range of natural environments from mature cedar forests in the low lying areas to hardwood and coniferous forests that cover the slopes and high ground.
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Vanderwater Conservation Area187 viewsA Barred Owl at Vanderwater.
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Vanderwater Conservation Area185 views
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Vanderwater Conservation Area182 viewsThe 15 km of trails explore a wide range of natural environments from mature cedar forests in the low lying areas to hardwood and coniferous forests that cover the slopes and high ground.
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Vanderwater Conservation Area181 viewsThe 15 km of trails explore a wide range of natural environments from mature cedar forests in the low lying areas to hardwood and coniferous forests that cover the slopes and high ground.
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Vanderwater Conservation Area180 viewss Conservation Area was set aside as a memorial to the late Colonel Roscoe Vanderwater, an enthusiastic conservationist, as well as the founder and first chairman of the Moira River Conservation Authority. The Conservation Area was opened in 1960.
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