“Home to the finest Black Oak in Ontario”
Black Oak Heritage Park supports one of the finest stands of black oak in Southwestern Ontario and is home to such nesting birds as Scarlet Tanager, Rose-breasted Grosbeak, Eastern Bluebird and Cooper's Hawk. Many of the native plants at Black Oak Heritage Park are extremely rare elsewhere in Canada. In addition to some spectacular trees, Black Oak Heritage Park is also one of the best places to experience Windor's mysterious "Hum" for yourself, a strange low-frequency droning that has caused distress to thousands of locals since 2009. Black Oak Park is part of the Ojibway Prairie Complex, which also includes Ojibway Park, Tallgrass Prairie Heritage Park, Spring Garden Natural Area and Ojibway Prairie Provinical Nature Reserve.
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