Leave Your Mark on Conservation


Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site

Box 236

Maitland Bridge

B0T 1B0

South Shore



Go behind the scenes at Kejimkujik and Kejimkujik Seaside, where volunteers work directly with park staff and researchers to help the species that call the Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve home. Not only will you witness these species in their natural habitat, you will also take part in helping to protect them.

Help the endangered Blanding’s turtle. Paddle the lakes and count loons. Search for endangered piping plovers. Fish for green crabs and plant eel grass as part of coastal restoration. Learn from dedicated and knowledgeable people who are working toward species recovery and environmental conservation. It’s a rewarding experience with a significant impact.

The experiences vary by the season. Please contact us or visit our website to see what opportunities exist and get your VIP pass today!

Check out some of the 2012 action: http://bit.ly/2012slideshow

Learn more about the program: http://bit.ly/LeaveYourMarkKeji

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Detailed Information

Coupon: P8077
Conditions: Reservations required. Some programs have age and capacity limits. We will always do our best to work with your schedule and the opportunites we have. Participants must pay park entrance fee.
Admission: Get your VIP pass to research and endangered species monitoring!


2013 Fall Packages