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Thompson’s Point is an ecologically important peninsula. Its dolomite cliffs support a rare upland natural community called Limestone Bluff Cedar - Pine Forest. Deep water, in combination with wide shallow bays surrounding the Point, make this one of Lake Champlain’s most important fishing grounds.

The purpose of this section is to introduce the ecology of Thompson’s Point to owners and renters of camps on the Point, as well as provide a platform for future contributions about the natural features and phenomena of the peninsula.

Follow the links below to continue:

The Ecology of Thompson's Point
by Anne H. Outwater

The Birds of Thompson's Point - Updated 2013 (PDF)
by Hank Kaestner

Thompson's Point by Jessie S. Gibbs
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Thompson's Point, Vermont
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