Peases Island Saved for Migratory Birds
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FROM THE NATURE TRUST BLOG
City Supports Campaign to Save the Wild Blue
22 Jul 2020
We are celebrating major funding support from the City of Halifax today, bringing the Blue Mountain Wilderness Connector a step closer to being protected forever. The 560 acre property connects the two separate parts of the Blue Mountain-Birch Cove Lakes wilderness, a treasured urban wildland and outdoor recreation destination.
A Homecoming Gift for Birds: Peases Island Saved for Migratory Birds
27 Apr 2020
This year, as birds migrate back north they might be singing a little sweeter because a delightful surprise awaits them: Peases Island, a critical first stop at the end of their long and arduous travels, is now protected, forever.
Saving Turtles—Conservation Success on the Medway River
29 May 2020
More great news turtles! We have secured another large and significant turtle refuge in southwest Nova Scotia. The new protected area includes around 245 acres of forests, wetlands and river shoreline just north of McGowan Lake, along the Upper Medway River in Annapolis County.