Three-fourths of Nova Scotia is covered by forests. These forests are mixed hardwood and softwood. Some of the species of trees found there include birch, maple, oak, balsam fir, hemlock, red spruce, and white pine.
Nova Scotia is known for its wildflowers. Some of the primary ones are aster, goldenrod, lily, violet and wild rose.
Large animals found in Nova Scotia are the white-tailed deer, moose, and black bear. Small animals include the beaver, chipmunk, mink, muskrat, rabbit, red fox and squirrel.
If you like to eat fish, Nova Scotia's streams have salmon, trout, scallop, cod, haddock, lobster, herring, striped bass and swordfish.