Peterborough Natural Areas Atlas

With the fall colours upon us, there is no time like the present to get out and enjoy what Peterborough’s natural areas have to offer. Over the course of the winter I will be working on an updated version of the Natural Areas atlas for people to enjoy next spring! In the meantime, why not head over to the downloads page and get a copy for yourself? The atlas covers some of the most interesting natural areas within the city limits and has some suggested walking trails marked on the map. Make sure to share your wildlife sightings on iNaturalist, ebird, reptile and amphibian atlas or some other citizen science program! Bring a friend and I’ll see you on the trail!


Lily says:

We have coyotes up by the water tower Wolfe st and Monaghan we heard them howling a few nights ago. My concern is for the children that go to prince of Wales school. They walk through the woods, there are dens under where the old army hospital was. the map is a great idea.
They are fascinating animals.

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