This is a group of organizations, Parks Canada, Friends of Keji, Mersey Tobeatic Research Institute and Bird Studies Canada and individuals are working to help species at risk and enhance environmental conservation.
Hiking on the South Shore of Nova Scotia over the Christmas Holidays has become a tradition in our family, as we usually have minimal snowfall. This year is no exception.
Views that stretch in all directions of ocean and sedge grasses frame an hour walk to some of the most dramatic white sand beaches in Canada.
The trails today were snow covered for the most part and easy with treads, and manageable with sneakers. The 8.7 km hike is closed due to storm damage. The Harbour Rocks Trail was a perfect 2 hour hike.
The seals have abandoned the prehistoric rocks they usually bask on, for waters inshore, but the gulls were there to greet us.
We packed our lunch and enjoyed hot peppermint tea from a thermos and dried apricots.
Kejimkujik Seaside is about 25 kilometres southwest of Liverpool. A two hour drive from Halifax.