Sixteen Mile Creek (Ontario)
|Sixteen Mile Creek|
Sixteen Mile Creek in Milton, Ontario.
|Basin area||372 km2 (144 sq mi)|
Like many creeks draining into Lake Ontario, Sixteen Mile Creek has cut a deep valley that is home to a broad range of wildlife, including whitetail deer, raccoons, foxes, opossum, and squirrels. The forest contains tree species typical of the Carolinian forest habitat, although since this is close to the northern limit of this zone, some are poorly represented.
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- Great Lakes Historical Society (1962). Inland seas. Great Lakes Historical Society. Retrieved 16 February 2012.
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