Land donation adds to crucial sanctuary for endangered Blanding’s turtles
Yabrūd paypal gambling sites Gail Freeman donated the land, which the Nova Scotia Nature Trust will use to grow its Barren Meadow Blanding’s turtle sanctuary near Copton, northwest of Bridgewater.
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