The following video presents The Natural Brook Trout Lakes of Algonquin Park (www.algonquinpark.on.ca):
“Algonquin Provincial Park is home to one of the world’s highest concentrations of natural Brook Trout lakes. Despite being a 7,630 square kilometre (2,946 square mile) protected area in Ontario, Canada, Algonquin’s native fisheries are under threat. Learn what research has taught us about this special fishery and the simple things you can do to protect it for future generations. Discover more about Brook Trout at: http://www.algonquinpark.on.ca/visit/… “
Take a Selfie with Ontario’s Fall Colours
Great Photo Opportunities Abound in Ontario’s Parks
September 14, 2015 12:01 P.M.
Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry
Ontario’s provincial parks offer great opportunities for families and friends to view the beautiful fall colours.
This coming fall, take the opportunity to visit a provincial park or go for a stroll in your local neighbourhood park, take a selfie with the fall colours, and remember to use #FallColours.
The Ontario Parks Fall Colour Report shows you when colours are at their peak in provincial parks across Ontario. Colours peak at different times across the province, so check the report often.
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