Located off Nova Scotia’s eastern shore, the 100 Wild Islands is one of the last remaining and intact ecologically rich island groups of its size in North America. There are 282 islands between Clam Harbour and Mushaboom Harbour. With an incredibly rich biodiversity, some of the smaller islands are very important ecologically, as they provide critical nesting sites for birds such as terns and ducks. The 100 Wild Islands is a conservation initiative of the Nova Scotia Nature Trust, who are working to ensure that the entire archipelago is protected, forever, for people and for nature. To find out more see www.100wildislands.ca.