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Canada | Prince Edward Island NP grows by 405 acres

Prince Edward Island National Park is getting new dunes as part of a 405-acre expansion.

The federal government announced it has bought a Greenwich property next to the park that contains a forest, wetlands and coastal dunes that are home to many species at risk and rare species, such as the Piping Plover, Yellow-banded Bumble Bee and Little Brown Myotis (bat). There are also unusually large and mobile parabolic dunes with their associated counter ridges (gegenwälle).

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