Fish Point Nature Reserve accounts for some of the last wild Carolinian forest left in Canada, as well as being as far south in Canada as you can get. It only takes a couple of hours to really get around the reserve, but between the woodland inside, the wetlands to the east, and the beaches along the south and west, there's lots of diversity. It's also a paradise for birders, botanists, and shutterbugs. Just about everywhere you turn there's something photogenic, some unique plant or tree, and the entire area was filled with birdsong when we were there (late May). There's also something indescribably cool about wading out in the shallow water past the point and knowing that you're the southernmost person in a country as huge as Canada.
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