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  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Shingle Beach
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Shingle Beach
    image       The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was originally called Cranberry Marsh. It was bought by Major James Rattray in 1945. After his death in 1959 various groups ...
    image     The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Shingle Beach
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Shingle Beach
    image       The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was originally called Cranberry Marsh. It was bought by Major James Rattray in 1945. After his death in 1959 various groups ...
    image     The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Shingle Beach
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Shingle Beach
    image       The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was originally called Cranberry Marsh. It was bought by Major James Rattray in 1945. After his death in 1959 various groups ...
    image     The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Shingle Beach
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Shingle Beach
    image       With its shingle beach and water-rounded pieces of shale, Rattray Marsh reveals the history of the land. Many fossils have been found here and many are still yet to be found. The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or ...
    image     With its shingle beach and water-rounded pieces of shale, Rattray Marsh reveals the history of the land. Many fossils have been found here and many are still yet to be ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Shingle Beach
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Shingle Beach
    image       With its shingle beach and water-rounded pieces of shale, Rattray Marsh reveals the history of the land. Many fossils have been found here and many are still yet to be found. The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or ...
    image     With its shingle beach and water-rounded pieces of shale, Rattray Marsh reveals the history of the land. Many fossils have been found here and many are still yet to be ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Shagbark Hickory
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Shagbark Hickory
    image       Closeup of a shagbark hickory with shards of bark hanging loosely. The marsh is home to many types of deciduous trees: sugar maple, basswood, red oak, white oak, beech, white ash, black cherry, ironwood, red maple and blue beech, as well as many varieties of unusual shrubs and animal life. ...
    image     Closeup of a shagbark hickory with shards of bark hanging loosely. The marsh is home to many types of deciduous trees: sugar maple, basswood, red oak, white oak, beech, white ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Shagbark Hickory
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Shagbark Hickory
    image       Closeup of a shagbark hickory with shards of bark hanging loosely. The marsh is home to many types of deciduous trees: sugar maple, basswood, red oak, white oak, beech, white ash, black cherry, ironwood, red maple and blue beech, as well as many varieties of unusual shrubs and animal life. ...
    image     Closeup of a shagbark hickory with shards of bark hanging loosely. The marsh is home to many types of deciduous trees: sugar maple, basswood, red oak, white oak, beech, white ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area
    image       The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was originally called Cranberry Marsh. It was bought by Major James Rattray in 1945. After his death in 1959 various groups ...
    image     The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area
    image       The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was originally called Cranberry Marsh. It was bought by Major James Rattray in 1945. After his death in 1959 various groups ...
    image     The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area
    image       The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was originally called Cranberry Marsh. It was bought by Major James Rattray in 1945. After his death in 1959 various groups ...
    image     The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area
    image       The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was originally called Cranberry Marsh. It was bought by Major James Rattray in 1945. After his death in 1959 various groups ...
    image     The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area
    image       The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was originally called Cranberry Marsh. It was bought by Major James Rattray in 1945. After his death in 1959 various groups ...
    image     The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Felled Tree
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Felled Tree
    image       The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was originally called Cranberry Marsh. It was bought by Major James Rattray in 1945. After his death in 1959 various groups ...
    image     The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Fallen Tree
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Fallen Tree
    image       The Rattray Marsh is home to many types of deciduous trees: sugar maple, basswood, red oak, white oak, beech, white ash, black cherry, ironwood, red maple and blue beech, as well as many varieties of unusual shrubs. Dead trees are allowed to fall and deteriorate naturally. Rattray Marsh is a ...
    image     The Rattray Marsh is home to many types of deciduous trees: sugar maple, basswood, red oak, white oak, beech, white ash, black cherry, ironwood, red maple and blue beech, as ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Board Walk
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Board Walk
    image       The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey, the marsh was originally called Cranberry Marsh in Wilmot�s Survey. It was bought by Major James Rattray in 1945. After his death in ...
    image     The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey, the marsh was ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Ruth Hussey Memorial
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Ruth Hussey Memorial
    image       Ruth Hussey spent years tirelessly pursuing the preservation of Rattray Marsh and inspiring others to this cause. She died in July 1984. The memorial reads, "Ruth Hussey. Because of her, Rattray Marsh is ours." The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of ...
    image     Ruth Hussey spent years tirelessly pursuing the preservation of Rattray Marsh and inspiring others to this cause. She died in July 1984. The memorial reads, "Ruth Hussey. Because of her, ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Ruth Hussey Memorial
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Ruth Hussey Memorial
    image       Ruth Hussey spent years tirelessly pursuing the preservation of Rattray Marsh and inspiring others to this cause. She died in July 1984. The memorial reads, "Ruth Hussey. Because of her, Rattray Marsh is ours." The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of ...
    image     Ruth Hussey spent years tirelessly pursuing the preservation of Rattray Marsh and inspiring others to this cause. She died in July 1984. The memorial reads, "Ruth Hussey. Because of her, ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Granite Boulder
    Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Granite Boulder
    image       Granite boulders such as this were ground and rolled beneath the ice sheets of 10,00 years ago. The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood Road (north of Orr Road) or through Jack Darling Memorial Park. In Wilmot's survey the marsh was originally called Cranberry ...
    image     Granite boulders such as this were ground and rolled beneath the ice sheets of 10,00 years ago. The Rattray Marsh is a protected natural conservation area, accessible from Meadow Wood ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Credit River
    Credit River
    image       The Credit River derives its name from the fur trade as early traders gave a credit of goods to the Mississauga Indians in exchange for promised loads of animal pelts. The Spirit of the River was reputed to live in a cave on a steep face of land just north ...
    image     The Credit River derives its name from the fur trade as early traders gave a credit of goods to the Mississauga Indians in exchange for promised loads of animal pelts. ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Credit River
    Credit River
    image       The Credit River derives its name from the fur trade as early traders gave a credit of goods to the Mississauga Indians in exchange for promised loads of animal pelts. The Spirit of the River was reputed to live in a cave on a steep face of land just north ...
    image     The Credit River derives its name from the fur trade as early traders gave a credit of goods to the Mississauga Indians in exchange for promised loads of animal pelts. ...
    Mississauga Library System
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