Currently known as Lake Ontario, find out all about the Glacial Lake Iroquois.
All the different types of fossils found in the Niagara Area
Located east of the Niagara River, Glacial Lake Tonawanda was created with the retreat of the last Wisconsin Glacier.
Find out the birth of the mighty Niagara Falls!
Learn about the past and present information about the area known as the St. David’s Buried Gorge.
A historic landmark in Niagara Falls, marking the located on the falls 6,000 – 7,000 years ago.
Located on the American shore of the Niagara Gorge is the Devils Hole Ravine.
A history of the erosion in the Niagara Region and the effect it had on the area.
The geography of the area of Niagara Falls, including weather patterns.
The Niagara River drains an area of 254,708 square miles, find out where is all goes.