Thursday, September 3, 2009

From Campobello to Brier Island the Bay of Fundy is alive with whales, birds, and fish

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Right now there are astounding reports across the Bay of Fundy. Right whales, finbacks, humpbacks, minkes, and porpoise are as abundant as they have ever been. Marine birds are everywhere feeding on the abundant plankton. Exotics like Mola mola, basking sharks, and schools of huge bluefin tuna are reported daily. To add some icing to the cake, there is even a white puffin off in the middle of the Bay somewhere. Don't miss this, subscribe today or book a trip if you can. To follow daily sightings, subscribe to ilovequoddyWILD.blogspot.com.

Imagine seeing something like this video taken right here in the Bay a few days ago!



Posted on NatureNS by Dennis Garratt
Hi all, I have posted a video on U Tube of 25 Northern Right Whales in a mating frenzy in the Bay of Fundy. This was on Monday 31st August, 12 miles out from Brier. It was an amazing experience. Type in Northern Right Whales, Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia.

We had 4 individual sightings of hummingbirds visit the boat before setting off low across the sea and a belted kingfisher!

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