To ignite curiosity and respect for our natural world through accessible, interactive and educational programs.
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Turtles can be seen sunbathing to regulate their temperature, they are called exotherms or “cold blooded”.
Heartland Forest is home to 9 species at risk! The Round-leaved Greenbrier, The Black Ash, the Common Snapping Turtle, The Midland Painted Turtle, The Monarch Butterfly, The Grass Pickerel, The Wood Thrush, The Easter Wood-pewee, and the Barn Swallow!
Frogs, toads, newts, and Salamanders are amphibians, meaning they have an aquatic gill-breathing larval stage, followed by a terrestrial lung-breathing adult stage, but some amphibians stay in an aquatic habitat and keep their gills as an adult such as the Axolotl!
Heartland Forest is home to Both Barn swallows and tree swallows! If you see a bird with blue back and a white throat that’s a tree swallow! If the bird has a blue back with a red throat that a barn swallow!
Welcome to Heartland Forest’s Gift Shop, we are pleased to offer a wide variety of items made onsite in Heartland Forest’s very own woodworking shop. All proceeds from Gift Shop sales go directly back into our all ages, all abilities programming!Curbside pick up is available for all orders Terms and Conditions for Coupons and Promotions […]
Our Vision Inspiring people of all ages and all abilities to respect, protect and enjoy the world of nature. All trails are considered easy and accessible unless marked A Pin Oak Trail (442m) B Black Gum Trail (926m) C OTF Boardwalk Trail (275m) D Accessible Pollinator Loop (124m) E OPG Pollinator Trail (540m) Rest Area […]
How Donations Help
Where does my donation go? Heartland Forest aims to continue its dedicated efforts to its many stakeholders in the Niagara region, and we can only do so with your continued generous support! With your donation, we can benefit countless people in our community, primarily in the ways of conservation, accessibility, education, and wellness. or read […]