Binbrook Tract

Description

Binbrook Tract preserves stands of diverse tree species within its Carolinian forest and pine plantation. Soft maple, white oak, red oak, white ash and hard maple provide a canopy for wildlife habitat benefiting deer, songbirds and other small mammals. This area is maintained by the authority as a wildlife and natural heritage refuge and is therefore not open to the public.

NO PUBLIC ACCESS

Related Contacts

Furtney, Gregg
Conservation Areas Supervisor
905-892-1736

  • Binbrook Tract

    Binbrook Tract

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