Quick Facts

Size: 5 acres
Protected Since: June 1, 2016
Donor: Kathy Dyke in memory of her husband, Robert Rosse
Maintained Trails: No
Hunting: No
Habitats: Wetland and Carolinian Forest


Marshall Malcolm Wetland Reserve

Additional Information

This nature reserve was named after Marshall Malcolm, a great-uncle to Bob and a lifelong resident of the Teeterville area.

The property is nestled beside Teeter’s Pond, which is part of the Teeterville Conservation Area managed by Long Point Region Conservation Authority, and is within the provincially-significant Big Creek Wetland Complex. Located right in the heart of Teeterville in Norfolk County, a large portion of this property is designated as a Provincially Significant Wetland. Despite its relatively small size, the 5-acre property boasts a diversity of habitat types.