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Right whale breeding ground discovered off N.S. - Nova Scotia - CBC News

Right whale breeding ground discovered off N.S. - Nova Scotia - CBC News | 6000 Acres Preserved in Maine | Scoop.it
Scientists believe they have located the breeding ground for the endangered North Atlantic right whale in the Gulf of Maine.

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Mt. A coalition looks to conserve 6000 more acres - Seacoastonline.com

Mt. A coalition looks to conserve 6000 more acres - Seacoastonline.com | 6000 Acres Preserved in Maine | Scoop.it
Mt. A coalition looks to conserve 6000 more acres
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The land mass is the largest conservation area north of the Pine Barrens in New Jersey, and allows for a biodiverse ecosystem home to everything from migratory birds to black bears.

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Bill Labich's curator insight, January 31, 2013 7:16 PM

The partners of the Mt. Agamenticus to the Sea Conservation (Mt. A2C) Initiative coordinate their land conservation and management activities. Regulary scheduled in-person meetings and continuous communication help ensure forward movement. Mt. A2C is a regional conservation partnership to study and emulate.