Nature and science
Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site
Kejimkujik is a rare refuge for old growth forests and the species that depend upon them; at the core of the second largest biosphere reserve in Canada; the keeper of stories and memories of the Mi’kmaq who have traveled and lived in the area for thousands of years; a rock-girded seashore of world-renowned beauty.
Conservation and restoration
Conservation, restoration, ecological integrity, forest, coastal estuary, freshwater, protecting species.
Birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish.
Freshwater, forest, wetland, barrens, bogs, Forest islands, ponds, capes, cobbles, islands, coves, beaches, lagoons.
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