Tobeatic Wilderness in Nova Scotia, the largest protected wilderness area in Atlantic Canada

Tobeatic Wilderness in Nova Scotia, the largest protected wilderness area in Atlantic Canada

Tobeatic Wilderness & Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve.

The largest protected wilderness area in Atlantic Canada.

The Tobeatic is a large natural area that spans five counties and more than 104,000 hectares of central southwestern Nova Scotia. Nine major rivers flow from the Tobeatic and over 120 lakes are found within the wilderness area.

The wilderness area is available to the public for canoeing, birding, and other outdoor pursuits for the enjoyment of nature.

The Tobeatic features numerous species of interest including the last native population of moose, black bear, southern flying squirrel, Blanding's turtle, Eastern ribbon snake, Bald Eagle, brook trout, Lady Slipper orchids, and various carnivorous and non-chlorophytic flowering plants.

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