Recently, CPAWS NS and a team of volunteers completed numerous underwater transects to document the eelgrass beds at Owls Head. CPAWS NS has been undertaking scientific surveys at Owls Head all summer. Thank you for your work to protect this special marine ecosystem. Thank you also to Dr. Kristina Boerder and Simon Ryder-Burbidge for sharing their photos with us.Continue reading “Eelgrass Exploration”
Photos were taken by Simon Ryder-Burbidge in Owls Head Provincial Park Reserve & surrounding areas. Please click to enlarge.Continue reading “A Closer Look at Owls Head Reserve: Photos by Simon Ryder-Burbidge”
All photos were taken by CPAWS NS. Thank you to Chris Miller, Caitlin Grady, and Reanne Harvey for sharing this beautiful archipelago with all of us. After you click to enlarge the photo below, you can use the arrow to see the next photo.Continue reading “Photos of Eastern Shore Islands by CPAWS NS”
Professional sea kayak instructors Eleanor & Jenn are doing a summer series of destination paddles throughout the beautiful 100 Wild Islands on the Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia. This area has incredible potential for recreational tourism in conjunction with environmental protection. Thank you, Eleanor and Jenn, for organizing not one but two paddles around Owls Head Provincial Park.
We’d also like to thank kayaker Peter Copus for sharing these lovely photos with us. Please click to enlarge.Continue reading “An Adventure at Owls Head”