Mt. Newton (John Dean Provincial Park)

The south-east slope of Mount Newton has an 100+-year old forest of Oak and Arbutus woodland, rock outcrop and pasture. It also has a native wildflower species (Fawn Lily). Mt. Newton is a significant habitat and nesting area for Hammond's Flycatcher, Black-headed Grosbeak, Western Tanagers, and Morning Doves. Other wildlife includes songbirds, raptors, mammals, butterflies, reptiles, owls, and woodpeckers. Visit with care and protect the habitat of nesting, young, and adult animals.

Source: Environmentally Sensitive Areas Inventory


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