For those who love the great outdoors and
look forward to an exhilarating three-kilometre hike, through pristine country,
atop cliffs that rise to two hundred feet above the open Atlantic,
the "Trail of the Eagles" is a must see and walk!
constructed around what is known as "Flat Head"
it offers visitors an opportunity to observe Bald Eagles that
have made the area home for over twenty years. During July
and August whales frequent the shoreline in abundance as they
feed on caplin and squid. Icebergs are not uncommon from
March to July.
Ruffled, Spruce Grouse, Red Squirrels and rabbits inhabit the
area. Observation posts, look-outs, picnic area and other
facilities are available for your convenience. We are
convinced you will find a hike on this trail a rewarding
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Mariner Resource Opportunities Network Inc.