With the help of financial and land donations from the community, and other funding agencies, LPBLT is able to acquire important ecological sites containing Carolinian forests, wetlands and savannas for conservation. LPBLT’s five nature reserves provide important wildlife habitat corridors, connect fragmented woodlands, increase valuable forest interior habitat, improve and protect water quality, and provide habitat for many species at risk. You can help by reporting biodiversity spotted in our reserves.

Marshall Malcolm Wetland Reserve Marshall Malcolm Wetland Reserve Delhi Wetland Nature Reserve Delhi Wetland Nature Reserve Arthur Langford Nature Reserve Arthur Langford Nature Reserve Jackson – Gunn Old Growth Forest Jackson – Gunn Old Growth Forest Strongman-Guiler Conservation Legacy Strongman-Guiler Conservation Legacy Shirley & George Pond Nature Reserve Shirley & George Pond Nature Reserve Al (Pic) and Pat Robinson Nature Reserve Al (Pic) and Pat Robinson Nature Reserve