Nova Scotia Nature Trust | Nova Scotians Protecting Nova Scotia

Endangered Species Campaign

Photo by Brennan Caverhill

Nova Scotia is home to some of Canada’s most endangered species, such as the Blanding’s Turtle, Plymouth Gentian, Piping Plover and Boreal Felt Lichen. These species are in decline, often because of human activities. Fortunately, we also have the opportunity to save these species. The Nature Trust is making great progress in saving critical habitat for species at risk, and raising awareness about how landowners can get involved in wildlife conservation.

Goals

Interactive Map

Browse our interactive map and explore our conservation lands across Nova Scotia and learn more about the critical habitat we protect for the endangered species found in our province.

Recent News and Achievements

How You Can Help

Thank You to Our Partners

These groups are key in helping us learn more about, and prioritize our work on endangered species:

Thank You to Our Recent Land Donors

Thank You to Our Endangered Species Campaigns Major Supporters

Lands and Legacies
Conservation Partnership
Nova Scotia Crown
Share Land Legacy Trust

This project was undertaken with the financial support of the Government of Canada

Ce projet a été réalisé avec l'appui financier du gouvernement du Canada.

Sage Environmental Program McLean Foundation Nova Scotia Habitat Conservation Fund

   
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