BioBlitz in Codroy Valley
'First time I've ever done anything like that and I've learned a lot too," said Mahoney who enjoyed the beauty of the Codroy Valley estua . I'm into it a little bit myself but most of the people with us knew their business: Mahoney. who is now retired, halls originally from Harbour Breton but has resided in Stephenville for 30 years. He also plans to help out at the NCC's annual Sandy Point beach cleanup, something he has done for the past three years. 'This will be the fourth year for the cleanup and Mahoney intends to bring along his six-year-old grandson for the first time. "I really enjoy It because I meet different people and I learn stuff," said Mahoney. And it makes you connect with nature In a great way.
Judy May takes a photo of a Dragon Mouth Orchid, one of the beautiful flowers growing on the bog, with Wilf McIsaac and Cathie Sandell.
NCC volunteers first cleaned the beach at Sandy Point in September 2013.
Judy May and Cathie Sandell look at different species of trees.
Pitcher plant on Codroy Valley bog.