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TORONTO, Ontario — A couple hundred aging trees blew over at the Cavendish campground, but it looks to be an average winter for damage and erosion at P.E.I. National Park, says Parks Canada.
Bill Courtney, asset manager for P.E.I. National Park, said crews have been surveying the beaches and campgrounds around Cavendish, Brackley, Stanhope and Greenwich as the tourist season approaches.
He said crews have begun cleaning up between 100 and 200 trees that blew over in Cavendish.
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