Posted by Richard Bell
January 22, 2020 1:54 PM
Eastern Shore Cooperator
What does Owls Head Provincial Park look like? I took a walk there on January 21 to get some on-the-ground photos. Few people have actually walked the land and the shore other than locals gathering berries in the many bogs. The aerial photos on Google Earth show a gently rolling landscape where the last glacier raked its fingers across the exposed granite, leaving long rows of furrowed granite with boggy areas in between the rows.
Editor’s Note: You can see Richard Bell’s photos of Owls Head here.