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6. heinäkuuta 2021

Interpretive Station and Guided Hike at Garden Lots Salt Marsh!

Today, Treasured Wetlands of Nova Scotia will be hosting an afternoon at Garden Lots Salt Marsh as part of our Treasured Wetlands Bioblitz Competition!

Join us between 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm at our pop-up interpretive table to learn about your favourite wetland critters up close. Staff from Coastal Action, Ducks Unlimited Canada - Atlantic, and biologist Reg Newell will also be guiding interpretive walks through the salt marsh.

This event is open to all ages. Email Katie at K_Scott@ducks.ca to register for our guided tour of the salt marsh. Be sure to stop by and learn more about the wildlife within your local wetlands!

Lähetetty 6. heinäkuuta 2021 12:04 käyttäjältä alexsetchell alexsetchell | 0 kommenttia | Jätä kommentti

22. heinäkuuta 2021

WINNERS of the Treasured Wetlands 2021 Bioblitz

Hey everyone,

We have been contacting some folks who have been chosen for the winner of the Bioblitz (the 150$ Atmosphere gift card). Please check your messages on iNaturalist to see if you are the winner!

Happy iNatting!

Lähetetty 22. heinäkuuta 2021 12:09 käyttäjältä sarahjeanzettel sarahjeanzettel | 0 kommenttia | Jätä kommentti

9. heinäkuuta 2021

Interpretive Station and Guided Hike at Marsh Lake - July 12

Happy Friday of the Treasured Wetlands Bioblitz!

On Monday, July 12 (our final day of the Bioblitz!), we have an exciting event planned at Marsh Lake, a new Treasured Wetland in 2021:

We will have interpretive tables set up at Sandy Lake Beach from 12:00 - 3:30 pm on Monday July 12th, 2021. Take a peek into our specimen collection with the Shubenacadie Wildlife Park. Come learn about the importance of our wetlands, our species at risk, and what you can do to help! If you're feeling extra adventurous, register for the guided hike up to Marsh Lake at 1:30pm! Register soon as spots are limited. Copy and paste the link into a new tab to register and to learn more about the guided hike: forms.gle/t3vHbrbBvViD92HL7

More information about this hike can be found here: facebook.com/events/358613355642583

For more updates on the treasured wetlands and the bioblitz, Treasured Wetlands of Nova Scotia on Instagram @twnovascotia and Facebook at facebook.com/twnovascotia

We hope to see you there!

Marsh Lake is located in Bedford, off of Hammonds Plains Road. Parking is available at the Sandy Lake Park parking lot. Follow the 500m trail to Sandy Lake Beach, where you will find the interpretive station. Be aware that the trails to Marsh Lake have more difficult terrain than the trail to Sandy Lake Beach, and may not be suitable for all Bioblitzers. We strongly encourage those who want to hike to Marsh Lake to register for the guided hike and stay on the blazed path.

Lähetetty 9. heinäkuuta 2021 13:09 käyttäjältä alexsetchell alexsetchell | 0 kommenttia | Jätä kommentti

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