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Piping plover - Kejimkujik The Piping Plover in Nova Scotia is listed as ‘endangered’ by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC). Plovers are sensitive to stressors such as human disturbance and habitat loss. Piping plover breeding population censuses and productivity will be monitored at all coastal beaches in Kejimkujik every year. This work occurs during the plover breeding season (May- August) with 3-5 visits per week at both St.Catherines and Little Port Joli Beaches. 2018-03-21 Parks Canada gabrielle.beaulieu@pc.gc.ca Nature and EnvironmentCoastalPiping ploverdunesNova Scotia Piping Plover - Kejimkujik - Breeding Success DataCSV https://124gc.sharepoint.com/:x:/s/external/_layouts/15/download.aspx/EVdfpsosR-NAlW-4fi8IuecBbRAPw0DCDgciUSgS5DRb0g?e=IVJ8gT

Piping plover - Kejimkujik

The Piping Plover in Nova Scotia is listed as ‘endangered’ by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC). Plovers are sensitive to stressors such as human disturbance and habitat loss. Piping plover breeding population censuses and productivity will be monitored at all coastal beaches in Kejimkujik every year. This work occurs during the plover breeding season (May- August) with 3-5 visits per week at both St.Catherines and Little Port Joli Beaches.

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