Halls Harbour Lighthouse History

Hall’s Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada Location: South side of Minas Channel, Bay of Fundy. Notes: This lighthouse was replaced by a modern structure on the end of a wharf near the location of the old lighthouse. The original wharf and … Continue reading

CREATURES: An astounding ecosystem is the foundation of living Fundy Wonders

The National Film Board’s “Where the Bay Becomes the Sea’ is an excellent introduction to this special and rich ecosystem where the physical characteristics of the Bay of Fundy and the enormous tides create an environment so rich it is … Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS: Conservation Council Rep to Speak at Sunbury Shores

Hi All, Hope you are all having a great summer. I wanted to let you know that I will be speaking at Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Centre tomorrow night at 7pm. I will be discussing the health of our … Continue reading

Spruce Grouse, Campobello

About 20 minutes after speaking with two Alabama birdwatchers about seeing a spruce grouse on the Glensevern Road separating Herring Cove Provincial Park and Roosevelt Campobello International Park, the female and chicks were back at the road’s edge ‘dusting’ to … Continue reading

ART MACKAY: Forging a new future … Art, Documents and more!

It’s amazing how far behind you can get when you work for a living! I retired 2 years ago in March and found that I had a ton of work to do to sell our house and downsize our accumulated … Continue reading

Keep watch for Dovekies … they may need your help!

No videos or pictures in your ILQW email?  See them at http://ilovequoddywild.blogspot.comImage by Yukon White Light via Flickr Small seabirds were blown ashore by heavy winds A plea for public assistance in rescuing some of the dovekies – who were … Continue reading

Fundy Wonders Website first post features West Isles aerial by Tim Foulkes.

Fundy Wonders is a new website devoted to photos, words and art that illustrate the beauty and specific wonders of the Bay of Fundy, Canada’s #1 Natural Wonder. More at: http://fundywonders.com/  … subscribe, contribute, enjoy! SPECIAL PLACES: West Isles from … Continue reading

Basking Sharks in the Bay of Fundy

No videos or pictures in your ILQW email? See them at http://ilovequoddywild.blogspot.com Laurie Murison wrote:  Basking sharks are very common to occasional in the Bay of Fundy every year – I saw three on Monday.  I have seen hundreds over … Continue reading

The Wolves are important for overwintering Harlequin Duck

No videos or pictures in your ILQW email? See them at http://ilovequoddywild.blogspot.com Louis Agassiz Fuertes (1874-1927)from wikimedia.com Wintering Harlequin Ducks on the Wolves Archipelago, Bay of Fundy Peter W. Hicklin and William R. Barrow Waterbirds: The International Journal of Waterbird … Continue reading

Bay of Fundy Birds – Red-tailed Hawk and others at Grand Manan

No videos or pictures in your ILQW email? See them at http://ilovequoddywild.blogspot.com Date: Tue, 1 Dec 2009 12:53:24 -0400From: Roger Burrows, NatureNBSubject: Grand Manan birds, inc. RED-TAILED HAWK & FOX SPARROW and NB WINTER LIST December 1 Ingalls Head Feeders … Continue reading

The richest land uplifts the poorest people – A formula for Quoddy’s future?

No videos or pictures in your ILQW email? See them at http://ilovequoddywild.blogspot.com  Congratulations to the participating contries in Africa on the formation of this transfrontier park. Amazing isn’t it that we are unable to form a Canada-US-Passamaquoddy International Park in … Continue reading

Remarkable trip through the outer Bay of Fundy

No videos or pictures in your ILQW email? See them at http://ilovequoddywild.blogspot.com View Audubon Pelagic Trip in a larger mapAs reported in NatureNB Location: Maine Audubon Annual Pelagic Tour, Observation date: 10/3/09 Notes: Departed from Bar Harbor on the Friendship … Continue reading

Trail use at Simpson Hill grows.

No videos or pictures in your ILQW email? See them at http://ilovequoddywild.blogspot.com Bay of Fundy’s Simpson Hill, located at Bayside, NB, is seeing more and more use. Thanks for sharing Tim. Art ************** It is rather wonderful to see so … Continue reading