Monthly Archives: May 2022

Saturday May 28, 2022: World Fish Migration Day

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Turtle Nesting Time again 11May2022

Writes Clarence Stevens in the Halifax Field Naturalists Nature Archive today: It is turtle nesting time again. This amazingly diverse area, Sandy Lake-Sackville River, houses three of Nova Scotia’s four turtle species, snapping turtles, painted turtles and wood turtles. All … Continue reading

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Salmon fry spotted in Sandy Lake watershed 3 May2022

Walter Reagan, President of the Sackville Rivers Association forwarded an email he received yesterday from I.G. with some good news: Salmon fry were spotted in Sandy Lake watershed: I saw good numbers  of salmon fry between Marsh and Sandy Lake … Continue reading

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