Daly Point Nature Reserve, located just northeast of the Bathurst Harbour on Carron Drive, is a naturalist's dream and birdwatcher paradise. It boasts some 100 acres (40.5 hectares) of pristine salt marsh, wooded plots and an extensive network of trails leading visitors through fields and various forest stands. One can view hundreds of species of flowers, plants and animals. Special attractions include the thousands of Canada Geese who arrive on their migratory voyage in the fall, and the rare Maritime Ringlet Butterfly found only in ten saltmarshes in the world. Benches and interpretation signs are set up along the trails.
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