#6 Wetlands and waterfowl
The Doran Creek Marsh is a natural heritage feature inherent in Two Creeks that occupies over 100 acres of riverine wetland. This type of coastal ecosystem provides important habitat for waterfowl within the Great Lakes–St. Lawrence River Basin. Waterfowl nesting boxes are placed on trees throughout the Conservation Area to help increase the local population of ducks and other cavity nesters.
Did you know?
Wood Ducks are known to lay eggs in other females’ nests if they are too close together. This is called egg-dumping.