Bridge#1 South of Sutton West _Rail bed

Black River

Ontario, Canada

Immediately upstream of a bridge that is part of an old rail bed. Approximately a 20 minute walk from the nearest road. The water is flowing. The river is flanked by cattails, with Cedar trees situated just behind the cattails. Painted turtles, frogs, Redwinged Black birds, Pileated Wood Peckers, Mallards, Buffle Head, Mallards, Canada Geese, Blue Jays, Red Headed Wood Peckers and Beaver have been sighted at this location many times over the past 22 years.

Location created by
Donna Marie Kehoe
  • Site ID: B1_S_SW_RB
  • Lat: 44.2891299
  • Lng: -79.3619231
  • Waterbody Type: River
  • Timezone: America/Toronto

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Observations Summary

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Fish
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Plant
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Bird
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Crustacean
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Mammal
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Reptile
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Observation Tests Summary

pH (0-14)
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9.0 Latest
9.0 Average
Water Temperature ℃
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30.4 Latest
20.1 Average
Air Temperature ℃
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24.0 Latest
19.5 Average
Dissolved Oxygen (mg/L)
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8.0 Latest
7.5 Average
Secchi Depth (m)
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1.0 Latest
1.2 Average
Conductivity (uS/cm)
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513 Latest
540 Average
Alkalinity (mg/L)
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240 Latest
240 Average
Hardness (mg/L)
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250 Latest
350 Average
Chloride (ppm)
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1.0 Latest
1.0 Average