Many believe only coastal provinces experience tides.
We all expect tides in oceans or seas, but we can also find them in Ontario’s far north.
Towns and villages along James and Hudson’s Bay coastlines experience tides and can appreciate tidal effects like fishing cycles and changes in currents.
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Today’s post comes from Roger LaFontaine, park naturalist, classically trained biologist and amateur lake monster researcher. He has spent nearly two decades researching and documenting the occurrence of mysterious creatures in Ontario.
We think that we know our lakes and rivers well, but, in reality, we have barely scratched the surface. Unknown to us, the real action may be happening beneath the surface.
Ontario is home to some of the deepest and largest lakes in the world, and many campers and local communities tell stories of strange things seen in their waters. Tales are told of large creatures that can cause rough waters and storms.
But what do we really know about lake monsters?
Continue reading Lake monsters in Ontario Parks