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Nature Trust Protects Two New Conservation Lands
August 6th, 2011
South Shore conservation lands will protect Piping Plovers
The Nature Trust made yet another exciting leap forward in saving Nova Scotia’s endangered species and threatened coastal habitats.
Two new south shore conservation lands protect over 150 acres of diverse coastal habitats from bogs and fresh water ponds, to forest, beach and sand dunes. Most notably, they preserve critical, internationally-significant habitat for Canada’s endangered Piping Plover.
According to bird enthusiast and Nature Trust Conservation Manager Dennis Garratt, “The Piping Plovers are no doubt singing praise today for these new Nature Trust lands!"
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