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Protected Place: Bald Islands

The Tusket Islands are a favourite playground for sea kayakers because of the tidal current that flows these waters as the sea floods and ebbs in the Bay of Fundy. And at the outer edge of the Tuskets are the group of Bald Islands, which were among the collection of islands donated to the Nova Scotia Nature Trust in 2016 …

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Spotlight: The Nova Scotia Nature Trust

Protecting Nova Scotia’s natural legacy, before it is too late. Time is running out! Every day, important natural areas are being subdivided, roaded, developed and changed irreversibly. The future of wild and beautiful places that Nova Scotians have enjoyed for generations can no longer be taken for granted. Our unique natural legacy is at risk. Our province is blessed with …

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Protected Place: Farley’s Ark

Ed Martin and I are in the vicinity of Farley’s Ark today, having crossed from Canso to Cape Breton yesterday. My funding drive for the Nova Scotia Nature trust is progressing well! Thanks to everyone who has contributed so far. For everyone else, please help me support the Nature Trust. https://bojanic.ca/naturetrust Canadian writer, environmentalist, and officer of the Order of …

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Protected Places: 100 Wild Islands

Over the past several days, Ed and I enjoyed the beauty and protection of  one of Nova Scotia’s greatest natural treasures. What more can I tell you that you don’t already know about the Nova Scotia Nature Trust’s most successful promotional campaign to date? Of course, you know about this amazing archipelago of over 100 wild islands encompassing 7,000 acres …

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Protected Place: Rogues Roost

The first day of our trip, we traveled through Rogues Roost to spend the night at East Coast Outfitters in Lower Prospect. On Nova Scotia’s south shore near Prospect, the secluded Rogues Roost was as much a renowned hiding place by rum runners nearly a century ago as it is as a “hurricane hole” by international sailors today. Considered one …