Ojibway Prairie Complex...
A total of 247 species have been recorded in the Ojibway Prairie Complex on the southwest corner of Windsor. This is the largest protected tallgrass prairie and oak savanna in Ontario. This park complex attracts large numbers of migrant warblers, and other song birds and breeding birds such as Tufted Titmouse, Redbellied Woodpecker, Hairy Woodpecker, Rose-breasted Grosbeak, Scarlet Tanager and Indigo Bunting. The nature center maintains
a variety of feeders that attract large numbers of birds.
Nature Centre Hours: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily
Fee: free admission
Amenities: Restrooms, free parking, nature trails, Ojibway Nature Centre, bird feeder Area, meeting rooms,
kitchen facilities, sightings book
Location: Only 3 miles from Ambassador Bridge. From the Ambassador Bridge continue on Huron Church Rd. to Tecumseh Rd. Turn right on Tecumseh and after first light Tecumseh becomes Matchette Rd. Continue south on Matchette Rd. to the park entrance (on west side of street).
• Only 5 minutes from Ambassador Bridge
• 800 acres of forest, savanna and tallgrass prairie
• Free parking and admission to nature centre