The sign reads: "You are now just south of the 42nd parallel, as far south as Rome and Barcelona. Some of Canada's rarest plants and animals are found at Point Pelee because of its mild southerly climate."
Sign at the end of the tram ride down to the "tip".
One of the tram cars which carries passengers to the tip from the Visitor Centre.
A view from the beach down towards the "tip".
The view from the end of the tip. The southern-most point in all of Canada.
The view from the end of the tip. The southern-most point in all of Canada. Clouds covered up the sunrise on this day, and cold winds battered the tip.
Shots of the Carolinian Forest Habitat.
The Tilden Woods trail - Shots of the Carolinian Forest Habitat.
Ferns rising to meet the sun.
one of the many plants visble from the trails..
A view of the marsh boardwalk
A view of the observation tower at the Marsh Boardwalk
Common Yellowthroat in evening light along the marsh boardwalk. Clouds returned to cover up the sunset this day.
Black and White Warbler
Brown-headed Cowbird (male)
Black-throated Blue Warbler
Black-throated Green Warbler
Downy Woodpecker (male)