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The Bruce Trail

It's very long!

Jonathan Casella

on 12 October 2012

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The Bruce Trail My questions are... What are the different sections of the Bruce trail? What are the different species of animals in the Bruce trail? What are the different species of plants in the Bruce trail? What are the different weather patterns common in the Bruce trail? What is the history of the Bruce trail? Finally, who is the founder of the Bruce trail? 1.The Peninsula Club
2.The Sydenham Club
3.The Beaver Valley Club
4.The Blue mountain Club
5.The Dufferin Hi-Land Club
6.The Caledon Hills Club
7.The Toronto Club
8.The Iroquoia Club
9.The Niagara Club Work Cited: The different sections of the trail are: 1.https://brucetrail.org/store/category/11 Some animal species that live in the Bruce Trail are: 2.https://sites.google.com/site/brucetrailhwcdsb/ 1.Bears
5.(!)Red-headed woodpecker
6.Red-backed salamander
7.Red-shouldered Hawk 4.www.thebrucepeninsula.com/wildlife.html 5.http://brucetrail.org/system/downloads/0000/0250/BTC-OPG_Biodiversity_Booklet_web.pdf The Bruce trail was named after the Bruce county, and the Bruce county was named after James Bruce. So the Bruce trail was named after James Bruce. 6.http://www.canadascotland.com/james-bruce-8th-earl-elgin ❍1.Fungi and Moss
❍2.Wood Lily
❍3.Sassafras (or Mitten Tree)
❍4.(!) Hart’s Tongue fern
5.(!) Butternut (!) means endangered (!) means endangered What is the Bruce trail's geography? The Bruce trail is approximately 725 kilometres long and began to take shape over 450 million years ago. It contains sea stacks, caves, valleys, epic waterfalls, hills, and cliffs all along the Niagara Escarpment. So that's.. 7.http://brucetrail.org/pages/about-us/the-niagara-escarpment 3.http://www.theweathernetwork.com/news/storm_watch_stories3&stormfile=Weather_and_the_Niagara_Escarpment_14_04_2012 8.http://www.theweathernetwork.com/parksfx/caon1514 The weather on the Bruce trail is usually wet or cold.
Also the weather effects the land in many ways. One is rain. This effects the stone because is getting eroded by the rain water. In 1960 the idea trail crossing the entire Niagara Escarpment was born.
From 1960 to today, Escarpment land owners have been key to the Bruce Trail.
In Tobermory, 1967 the cairn at the northern terminus of the Bruce Trail was unveiled. Seven years of hard work went into opening the Bruce Trail. That day it was officially opened. 9.http://brucetrail.org/pages/about-us/history-of-the-trail By Jonathan Casella The End Fun Facts: The Niagara Escarpment has farms, awesome views, 1675 foot cliffs, streams, wetlands, beaches, hills, waterfalls, wildlife, historic sites, villages, towns and cities. (cc) image by jantik on Flickr 1960 Idea was born Today People enjoy the trail 1967 Official opening Here's a video showing some of what the Bruce trail has to offer Time Line Map of the Bruce trail Red-shouldered Hawk Lynx Red-backed salamander Red-headed woodpecker Start End James Bruce
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