(#043) Mount Griffin
Mount Griffin ER preserves an elevational sequence of habitats from valley bottom wetlands to alpine in an area of wet interior climate.
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Our thanks to Peter Stockdale for his service in the past
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Mount Griffin Ecological Reserve Addition–1,566 hectares
Located about 25 kilometres south of Three-Valley Gap, the original 1,376 hectare Ecological Reserve was an odd shape, narrow in the middle and pointed at the top. It was established in 1972 to protect an elevational sequence of habitats from valley bottom wetlands to alpine meadows in an area with a wet interior climate. The addition adds significant wetlands, two lakes and old growth forested areas to the centre and top, thus increasing its value to conservation.