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  Lake Fact Sheets  

The MNRF’s Lake Fact Sheets provide basic information such as lake statistics, fish species occurrence and fisheries management data. Download the Interpretation Document for an explanation of the information contained in the Lake Fact Sheets.

0.   Background: 

1.   Armstrong Lake:

2.   Grey Owl Lake:

3.   Manitouwabing Lake:

4.   McKellar Lake:

5.   Moffat Lake:

  Fisheries of McKellar Township  

Stephen Scholten MNRF Fisheries presentation to McKellar Council 2017

  Ontario Lake Partner Program  

The Lake Partner Program is a volunteer-based water-quality monitoring program for Ontario's inland lakes. The Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks coordinates this program from the Dorset Environmental Science Centre (DESC) in partnership with the Federation of Ontario Cottagers' Associations. Each year, more than 600 volunteers monitor water quality in almost 550 inland lakes at over 800 sampling locations.

Volunteers collect water samples and return them, postage paid, to DESC. All analyses are performed in the DESC Water Chemistry Laboratory. The resulting data are used by members of the public, partner agencies, government and academic researchers and private consultants to assess and report on water quality in lakes across Ontario. Total phosphorus, calcium and water clarity data are published on the provincial Lake Partner Program webpage, as well as Ontario's Open Data Catalogue.

  Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve  

Georgian Bay Biosphere is a region of global ecological significance that makes an ongoing commitment to the United Nations to strive for sustainability. Here, people are inspired to live and work in harmony with nature. The Georgian Bay Biosphere is situated within Anishinaabek territory, and we partner with First Nations and Indigenous peoples to care for our shared air, land, and water.

  Invasive Species  

Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters –

Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry –

  Injured Wildlife  

Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry: - Parry Sound District Office: 705-746-4201

What You Should Do if You Find a Sick, Injured, or Orphaned Wild Animal

Wing and a Prayer Bird Rehab: 705-385-1488

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