St. Clair National Wildlife Area facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsSt. Clair National Wildlife Area
|Nearest city||Chatham, Ontario|
|Area||355 hectares (880 acres; 1.37 sq mi)|
|Governing body||Environment Canada|
|Official name: St. Clair|
|Designated:||16 October 1985|
The St. Clair National Wildlife Area is a nature reserve located in the southwestern part of the Canadian province of Ontario, on eastern Lake St. Clair, west of Chatham. It consists of two properties: St. Clair (244 ha) and Bear Creek (111 ha), about 16 km apart.
This site has been recognized as a Wetland of International Significance under the Ramsar Convention, and is classified as a National Wildlife Area.
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