Ojibway Prairie Complex
The Ojibway Prairie Complex is a 350-hectare complex of parks and nature reserves on the west side of Windsor, Ontario, Canada. It comprises Ojibway Park, Tallgrass Prairie Heritage Park, Black Oak Heritage Park, Ojibway Prairie Provincial Nature Reserve, and the Spring Garden Natural Area.
The complex should not be confused with Ojibway Provincial Park, some 1100 km away in northwestern Ontario.
The Ojibway complex includes the Ojibway Nature Centre, which administers the Ojibway, Tallgrass, and Black Oak parks, and also offers free exhibits, public education, and summer programmes for children.
Habitats at the Ojibway complex include forests, ponds, and prairie. Ojibway is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including many species of turtles, lizards, snakes, toads, frogs, salamanders, opossums, shrews, and bats. A great variety of birds can also be seen. The complex is popular with a wide variety of visitors, particularly birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts.