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Caughey-Taylor Nature Preserve (Sam Orr Pond)

Endless explorationLocated close to the famous resort town of St. Andrews by-the-Sea, the Caughey-Taylor Nature Preserve protects approximately 243 ha (600 acres) of biologically rich and diverse coastal habitat.There are many ways to enjoy this nature preserve: 1) explore the trails around the brackish Sam Orr Pond, 2) hike Chickahominy Mountain to the Rhyolite outcrop, a dramatic scenic look-off 3) travel through the enchanted forest to experience the peaceful serenity of an Acadian coastal forest, 4) take the scenic trail to Passamaquoddy Bay, 5) watch the tide roll into one of many saltwater marshes, or 6) all of the above!Find the ExploreEcoNB mobile application on Apple, Android, and Windows app stores (www.ExploreEcoNB.com) for directions to this nature preserve, as well as information about other Nature Trust of New Brunswick nature preserves and many more natural areas to explore throughout the province.

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