The Marshall Malcolm Wetland Reserve is nestled beside Teeter’s Pond, which is part of Big Creek and in the heart of Teeterville. Despite its relatively small size, the 12-acre property boasts a diversity of habitat types and the majority of the reserve is designated as provincially-significant wetland. It is also an important site for various turtles at risk, including Blanding’s Turtles and Snapping Turtles.
The property was a generous donation to Long Point Basin Land Trust by Kathy Rosse in memory of her late husband, Robert Rosse. The property has been named after Marshall Malcolm, a great-uncle to Bob and a lifelong resident of the Teeterville area.