Bay of Fundy’s nature at its very best!

No videos or pictures in your ILQW email? See them at http://ilovequoddywild.blogspot.com Hi Art: Yesterday we saw fin whales, minke, and  a right whale on our boat trip from Robbinston Boat Landing thru St Andrews to Letite where  the first … Continue reading

Sunfish, Whales, and Birds at Grand Manan

No videos or pictures in your ILQW email? See them at http://ilovequoddywild.blogspot.com Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2009 10:44:33 -0300From: Laurie Murison, NatureNBSubject: bald eagle movement There were 3 bald eagles (two adults and one juvenile) seen separately flying from Nova … Continue reading

Basking Shark in Head Harbour Passage

There was a big basking shark near the seawall in Wilson’s Beach yesterday, August 26th. It was near the edges of the waterline, far up in the cove. Many people went to see it.  Joyce   Photo Credit: wikipedia.com … Continue reading

Action in Head Harbour Passage today, August 26th.

 Lesley and I went out with Mac Greene on Island Cruises today hoping for right whales to photograph, but it was too rough once we got out a bit in the bay and he had to turn around. Inside Head … Continue reading

Whales and others. July 5th

Two finbacks together (reminiscent of the cow/calf pair last year) who spent most of their time in the ecological area past the lighthouse in the mouth of the bay. Another very big finback who looks like the one I called … Continue reading

Bay of Fundy wolf eel couple beneath the waves

Maria Buzeta and Mike Strong have spent decades exploring the underwater wealth of the Quoddy Region. I think that this video of a wolf eel couple at home at Sandy Island, Head Harbour Passage, speaks to just how special this … Continue reading

Basking shark beached next door.

Thursday May 14th, 2009 JEFF DUCHARMETELEGRAPH-JOURNAL SAINT JOHN – A steady stream of people made the trying trek over the rocks near Seaside Park Wednesday to take a close look at a 7.3-metre basking shark that washed up on the … Continue reading