A refuge for over 170 species of native and migratory birds
National Wildlife Area
Cape Jourimain Nature Centre is situated within the 621-hectare Cape Jourimain National Wildlife Area, which is managed by the Canadian Wildlife Service branch of Environment and Climate Change Canada. Cape Jourimain is one of 55 National Wildlife Areas across Canada, which serve to protect important species and habitats.
Cape Jourimain National Wildlife Area was established in 1980 to protect its diverse array of coastal habitats and the many native and migratory birds that depend upon them.
See the Government of Canada website for more details.
The following activities are prohibited in the National Wildlife Area:
Off leash dogs
Removal of natural objects, such as shell and driftwood
For more information and a full list of prohibitions, see the Government of Canada's Wildlife Area Regulations.