Natural History Walk: Wildflowers, Wildlife & Geology

During this mid-summer outing along the Headland and Spry Bay Trails you will have the opportunity to identify plants and wildlife of the seashore, barren headland, and wetlands of Taylor Head. We will also examine some of the Park’s fascinating geological features as we traverse the margin of one of Nova Scotia’s most prominent coastal headlands.

This hike will be about five hours long and the trail is challenging in places. Bring a lunch, water, binoculars, and wear sturdy footwear. No rain date.

Leader: Peter Oickle 902-499-4114
Alternate contact: Warren Parsons 902-772-2207

Level: difficult

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