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Crow's Pass Conservation Area (64 hectares), purchased in 2003 with support from the Oak Ridges Moraine Foundation, the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, and the Regional Municipality of Durham, was the first acquisition made by CLOCA in the northwest corner of the jurisdiction. The size of this largely undisturbed space makes it an important core wildlife habitat with strong east-west natural connectivity along this portion of the Oak Ridges Moraine. Crow’s Pass is part of the Nonquon Headwaters Area of Natural and Scientific Interest and contains several interesting wetlands typical of the rolling topography found within the Oak Ridges Moraine. The 3km trail network makes Crow's Pass a great destination for a short hike through the beautiful rolling topography of the Oak Ridges Moraine. Open May 1st to Thanksgiving.