Grand Manan Birds

See the pictures and subscribe at Date: Fri, 19 Jun 2009 15:44:26 -0300From: Roger Burrows NBNature listservSubject: Ingalls Head & White Head birds, inc. ARCTIC/PACIFIC LOON, SEMIPALMATED PLOVER & LESSER BLACK-BACKED GULLJune 19Ingalls Head 07:30-08:15Great & 4 Double-crested Cormorants, … Continue reading

Bay of Fundy’s "Old Sow" whirlpool to be featured on History Channel

See the pictures and subscribe at On Wed 24th on the History Channel at 8 pm ( probably US time )…the 6th segment of The Seven Most Dangerous Passages in the World will feature ” Old Sow Whirlpool “. … Continue reading

Bay of Fundy "Sail-a-bration" becomes a Quoddy Tradition

See the pictures and subscribe at A few years ago, a group of folks who truly love and are concerned about the Quoddy Region started this annual spectale to show the world how much they love this place. Well, they … Continue reading

Swallowtails and Flowers at Bayside

See the pictures and subscribe at     HiHere are a couple of pics of Easter Tiger Swallowtail butterflies (I think) I saw amongst the the wild phlox along Rte 127 in Bayside on the 19th and today on … Continue reading

Rescued Humpback Named Campobello in Honour of Rescuers

Hey Art, it’s Danielle with Quoddy Link. I hope that you winter wasn’t too stormy out East, I saw you guys got quite a winter this year! I just wanted to make sure that you know that there was a … Continue reading

Cooper`s Hawk and Harrier at Grand Manan

Date: Fri, 10 Apr 2009 15:25:22 -0300 From: Brian Dalzell Nature NBSubject: Cooper’s Hawk – Grand MananGot great looks at an adult COOPER’S HAWK this afternoon from the Old Dump on the Whistle Road. It was “escorting” a male Northern … Continue reading

Snowy Owl on Grand Manan

Date: Wed, 8 Apr 2009 17:12:20 -0300From: Brian Dalzell NatureNB ListservSubject: Snowy Owl – Grand Manan I just ever so fortuitously saw a SNOWY OWL out through my front picture window about 5:03 PM. It came along the shore from … Continue reading

Bay of Fundy Winter Whales at Quoddy

Mack Green told us today that Gary Cooke had watched two whales out by Windmill Point on the day of the last snowstorm ( a Thursday) . They were hanging on the surface and blowing a lot. Mack said they … Continue reading