Chebucto Peninsula

My Bioregion: The Chebucto Peninsula (and more)

The Chebucto Peninsula: A Significant Conservation Area
David P on Our HRM Alliance Blog, April 19, 2015 (Web Archive)

Fall Vistas on the Hay Marsh (4th) Loop of The Bluff Wilderness Hiking Trail
Photos on September 27th, 2009. On Web Archive – no access to larger versions)

Natural History of the Landscapes of the Five Bridge Lakes Wilderness Area
From a Keynote presentation to AGM of Woodens River Watershed Environmental Organization, Feb. 17, 2010.”This set of web pages provides an overview of the landscapes of the FBLWA from a natural history perspective. It is essentially a self study module. There are 31 pages. Most consist of a photo and a TEXT link to a pop-up window describing what is in the photo”. A simple PDF version is available at dalspace

Some Plants of the Bluff Wilderness Hiking Trail
Video by Kent Martin, 2016. On Vimeo

Bluff Trail Hikes
Write ups in the Halifax Field Naturalists of two separate hikes, 2010 and 2017.

Frederick Lake Peninsula
“Frederick Lake Peninsula Land” Documentation by David Patriquin & Richmond Campbell on behalf of Woodens River Watershed Environmental Organization, January 19, 2012. To our pleasant surpise, on March 28, 2019, the Nova Scotia Nature Trust announced that it had signed a deal with the owner of the “Frederick Lake Peninsula Land” and added this property to its “Lasting Landscapes” conservation campaign.

Highway 113, 2006 | 2010
Letters to EAs etc in 2006, 2010