Give a gift to nature...and help Save the Wild Blue!
Protecting the Blue Mountain Wilderness Connector
There’s a beautiful wilderness paradise in Halifax called the Blue Mountain-Birch Cove Lakes. It’s an incredible landscape of pristine forests, sparkling lakes and rocky barrens. A treasured spot to paddle, hike, fish and swim. To watch the birds. Or simply relax and enjoy the wild. All just 20 minutes from downtown.
Much of the land, some of the last, large undisturbed wilderness in the city, is protected. But 575 acres at its heart, is not. This critical gap in the wilderness is at risk of development.
The Nature Trust has a time-limited opportunity to save this land. Protecting this Blue Mountain Wilderness Connector will link together 5000 acres of irreplaceable urban wildlands, preserve an essential wildlife corridor and ensure the future of the Blue Mountain-Birch Cove Lakes. With your generous support, we can Save the Wild Blue.
Give the Gift of Wild Blue!
Gifts can be made in honour or memory of a loved one; as a celebration of a special event; as a team-building fundraiser amongst colleagues; or simply as a gift from you to Nature.
Donate today to save the Blue Mountain Wilderness Connector.
When you donate to Save the Wild Blue ...
575 acres of forests, rivers, lakes, and wetlands protected, forever
A critical corridor for wildlife and habitat for endangered species
Landscape connectivity for 5000 acres of pristine nature
We All Receive
Natural treasures galore. Hiking trails, paddling, fishing and birding, fresh air and clean water too—right in our own backyard
A beautiful Wild Blue certificate to recognise your gift—simply print and complete with your recipient’s details.
A natural legacy of urban wildlands protected forever, thanks to you
A tax receipt for the full amount of your gift
The Blue Mountain-Birch Cove Lakes is a vast expanse of wildlands between Hammonds Plains, Timberlea and Halifax. Securing the Blue Mountain Wilderness Connector will link together one of the last and largest intact wildlands within the city of Halifax. Help Save the Wild Blue!