Awesome and educational! Those are the words to describe the Bioblitz in Caledon on June 10 and 11th. Thank you Escarpment Biosphere Conservancy(EBC), Richard Aaron, and to all who participated in the Blitz at the Simmons Nature Reserve. Many flora and fauna species were seen and recorded. It was hot, sticky, and the mosquitoes were eating us alive, but people were still interested in learning about the wildlife in the reserve. Some of the flora observed included ninebark, mountain maple, Eastern white cedar, alternate-leaved dogwood, red and white trilliums, wild and woodland strawberry. Some of the fauna observed included American toad, wood frog, red-backed salamander, and Eastern garter snake.