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Lee Brow Waterfowl Management Area Trail


The Lee Brown Waterfowl Management Area is a 325-ha (802 acre) tract of marsh and agricultural uplands that is owned and operated by the Long Point Region Conservation Authority (LPRCA) to maintain and enhance wetland habitat suitable for water management purposes and for the propagation of native waterfowl and marsh species. In 1972 Lee Brown donated the viewing pond and 24-ha (60 acres) of farmland to the Authority, with the remaining 223-ha (550 acres) of marshland donated in 1975.

As a tribute to Mr. Brown and his endeavours in preserving and increasing the potential of this unique ecosystem, the Lee Brown Waterfowl Management Area was established. A controlled waterfowl hunt program provides individuals with and opportunity for a quality waterfowl hunting experience. A viewing platform and pond provide an opportunity for public to observe a variety of waterfowl species especially during the spring and fall migrations. Access to the "marsh" is limited to the viewing area in order to preserve this important wetland habitat and to ensure that people of all ages may derive the many benefits this area has to offer.

Directions: West of Port Rowan on Reg. Rd. 42 (Lakeshore Rd.) past Port Royal - intersection of Hwy 59 and Lakeshore Rd. Information provided by the Long Point Conservation website.



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