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

See the pictures and subscribe athttp://ilovequoddywild.blogspot.com 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

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

THE TIME THE CANARY DIED: The passing of the Red-necked phalarope from the Quoddy Region and what it means.

When I went away to do graduate work at McGill University I experienced a vacuum, a void, a realization that something was missing. Moving west to Victoria BC helped but the feeling didn’t leave … something was missing deep inside … Continue reading

Marine Protected Areas: Open House – St. George, Wednesday, October 26 (4-7pm) Magaguadavic Place

In our inbox this morning. Please attend if you are concerned about the future of the Quoddy Region. I wanted to let you know of an open house on MPA network planning that DFO is holding in St. George. It’ll take … Continue reading

Red Wrymouth photo

No videos or pictures in your ILQW email? See them at http://ilovequoddywild.blogspot.com I’ve encountered several wrymouth while digging in local mudflats for research specimens. Never saw a red one. But this photo from the University of Massachusetts came up in … Continue reading

FISH: More on mysterious red eel

No videos or pictures in your ILQW email? See them at http://ilovequoddywild.blogspot.com Hello Joyce and Art, These are great photos but difficult for fish identification except for color and body shape. The fish is eel-like, however, it is unlikely (but … Continue reading

Breaching minke whale at Bay of Fundy, Campobello Island

No pictures? Go to ilovequoddywild.blogspot.com There have been 4 to 10 finback whales consistantly at the lighthouse in the mouth of Head Harbour Passage for weeks now. The minkes are there but elusive. This minke breached a dozen times in … Continue reading

Bay of Fundy whales, whales, whales at Head Harbour Passage

No videos or pictures in your ILQW email? See them at http://ilovequoddywild.blogspot.com From YouTube … thanks to Joyce M. and the Lyons LyonsRoarYT — September 16, 2009 — Jeff and Karen Lyon go whale watching in the Bay of Fundy … Continue reading

Porpoise at Head Harbour Lightstation, June 3, 2010

http://www.flickr.com/photos/headharbourlight/ 15 to 20 porpoise, maybe more, moving down Head Harbour Passage and around the lightstation to deeper water. I only looked for them for a brief period of time, it was starting to rain and I feared for the … Continue reading

Lightstation has a new landing platform.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/headharbourlight/show/with/4512835827/ We went over the Head Harbour Lightstation today to see the new landing platform. It was a nice day, but cold. The sunny inside porch was nice and warm, though. We took dinner over and enjoyed the first time … Continue reading