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Meadowlily Woods Trees - London, Ontario Trees

Trees

Meadowlily Woods is unique because it has 18 different habitant types of various tree strands which help to support a wide variety of trees, plants, and wildlife.

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Meadowlily Woods Plants and Flowers - London, Ontario Plants & Flowers

Plants & Flowers

Meadowlily woods is a landmark for vast amounts of beautiful and exotic flowers – all of which are a keystone for sustaining life in the area.

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chipmunk Mammals

Mammals

There is evidence of 18 different mammal species in Meadowlily Woods. These woods provide a natural corridor for the animals to go unhindered to the river and other sources of food.

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american-lady-butterfly Butterflies & Insects

Butterflies & Insects

The Meadowlily area provides a range of attractive habitants for butterflies and insects . According to the 1987 Stevenson's study and 2011 Meadowlily Area Draft Plan there is at least 26 varieties of butterflies in the area.

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Meadowlily Woods London, Ontario Reptiles & Amphibians

Reptiles & Amphibians

There are many types of reptiles and amphibians to be found at Meadowlily Woods including various turtles, salamanders, snakes, frogs and toads.

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Heritage

There is a wealth of information on the heritage of the Meadowlily Woods area on our
heritage page found here as well as via the Meadowlily Facebook page.

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Meadowlily-Plewes Mill 1861-2011 

Research and Document Drop Box

Dropbox link to various documents about Meadowlily Woods.

If you have documents that you would like to share via this website, please contact us!

Meadowlily Woods is part of the Dorchester watershed and is home according to the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority is home to 33 Species at Risk.

At the time of the 1987 study – Meadowlily Woods was the ONLY location in Canada of the Wood Poppy.

The Eastern Flowering Dogwood is protected under the federal Species at Risk Act (SARA).

Both the Wood Poppy and the Eastern Flowering Dogwood plants are considered Endangered.

Meadowlily Woods is identified by the Ministry of Natural Resources of containing both Provincially Significant Wetlands and Habitant for Endangered Species.


 
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