Owls Head Provincial Park is an important habitat for native bird species and a refuge for migratory birds.
The coastal headland supports a variety of habitats, including a beach, estuaries, bogs, and salt marshes. CPAWS NS and a team of bird experts recorded over 70 species of birds last summer alone. Owls Head Provincial Park is also mapped in the government’s significant habitat database for nesting piping plovers.
To learn more about the diversity of bird species, please click here.