Intermediate Wildlife Conservation




  • Working with Kejimkujik Park staff and volunteers to count and measure endangered Blanding’s turtle hatchlings
  • Guided hike of the Hemlocks and Hardwoods trail at the Park, which is home to some of Nova Scotia’s oldest trees (300 years)!
  • Stargazing at night in Keji’s Dark Sky Preserve
  • Using the PlantWave device to listen to the electrical impulses of plants and making them “sing!”
  • Swimming, kayaking, and doing water quality monitoring on the Mersey River
  • Learning about careers in wildlife biology and what it’s like to study wildlife conservation at college and university
  • And more!

How To Apply

Participants must be nominated by an adult that knows them well, including parents/guardians.

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