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Invasive Species Removal, Sea Dog Cove Nature Preserve
Monday 08 July 2019 - 05:00pm - Monday 08 July 2019 07:00pm
Join our stewards and staff and help remove invasive species of plants from the Sea Dog Cove Nature Preserve, located in Summerville. We will be working to remove Woodland Angelica from the preserve, in order to protect the native wildlife that inhabits this preserve. While you’re visiting, be sure to check out the stunning lookouts along the Sea Dog Cove trail!

Space is limited, so please register in advance by visiting:

What to Bring:
- Closed toed shoes/ Hiking Boots
- Work gloves, hat, other appropriate work clothing;
- Water and snacks;
- Sunscreen and DEET free insect repellent;
- Tools for removal (optional).

The Sea Dog Cove Nature Preserve protects 74 acres that spans the width of the Kingston Peninsula, with frontage on the Kennebecasis River on both ends. The preserve provides habitat for a variety of migratory birds including species of duck, goose, loon, and great blue heron. Its surrounding waters are host to schools of banded killifish and harbour seals. It is also often visited by the peregrine falcon, a species at risk in New Brunswick.

Sea Dog Cove Nature Preserve, Summerville

Participants can access parking along the road, near 33 Summerville Road, Summerville, NB, E5S 1G4
Sea Dog Cove Nature Preserve
33 Summerville Road
New Brunswick

E5S 1G4

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