The Long Point Land Trust has produced a number of videos to highlight our work helping wildlife and wild areas in the region and to help local citizens understand how they can help too. Enjoy!
The Land Trust’s five nature reserves are helping wildlife across the region.
Helping Reptiles Series
Pile it on for snakes
Keep an eye out for reptiles
Build a simple snake nesting box
Make your pond turtle friendly
How the Land Trust helps endangered reptiles
The Long Point Land Trust has now completed more than 70 habitat enhancement projects, from nest boxes and hibernacula for snakes to nesting mounds for turtles.
How our Conserving Carolinian Reptiles project and nature reserves are helping endangered reptiles
Building a hibernaculum (over-wintering site for snakes)
Reptile fencing at Long Point Provincial Park
Our friends at the Sticky Tongue project have documented a joint project between the Land Trust and Ontario Parks to keep reptiles off a busy roadway in Long Point Provincial Park.
Helping other wildlife
Bats across eastern North America are being devastated by disease that disrupts hibernation.
Helping endangered bats