Cape Breton Highlands National Park

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Cape Breton Highlands National Park

Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Island is home to the Cape Breton Highlands, which jut into the Cabot Strait, and of which 930 square kilometers (360 square miles) are a national park. Spectacular sunsets reflect off the cape’s sheer red cliffs, and boreal and Acadian broadleaf forests harbor moose and bears. Minke and pilot whales are often seen here, as are 230 species of birds, including bald eagles.

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