Halifax, Nova Scotia – January 9, 2012 – Most people have tried them at least once and we often claim to feel squeezed like one. Some people eat them daily while others can’t stomach the smell or their texture. They pack … Continue reading

FISHERIES: Off the Hook fishery goes back to the past and wins for the future in Fundy.

I remember going to the wharf in St. Stephen, St. Andrews, Deer Island and elsewhere to meet the local fishermen with their catch … so fresh then we were spoiled and it HAS taken time to adjust to today’s taste/smell … Continue reading

ENERGY: Fundy is all about the tides.

  As these NASA satellite photos of Minas Basin show, massive volumes of water fill and drain the Bay of Fundy twice a day … a spectacular and unique phenomenon that makes the Bay of Fundy special. … Continue reading

PLACES: Great New Grand Manan Group on Facebook

  Now here’s a great Facebook idea! Photos of houses and buildings on Grand Manan. Before this information is lost, add your photos and help to identify the history of the ones already posted.   Houses and Buildings Of Grand … Continue reading

ENERGY: Bay of Fundy Tidal Energy at Annapolis Royal

Matt Hall  –  3:44 PM (edited)  –  Public Visited Annapolis Royal today, on the other side of Nova Scotia [ ]. It sits in the Annapolis Basin, a natural harbour on the south side of the Bay of Fundy. Just outside the town, on a … Continue reading

WHALES: Has the breeding grounds for our Fundy Right Whales been found?

From Google+ Jeff Ives  –  1:34 PM  –  Public Really interesting read. If they find a place where a lot of mating takes place, it will be a great opportunity to collect data on that aspect of right whales. New England Aquarium originally shared this … Continue reading

WHALES: Fundy Right Whales begin the season with first calf off Georgia.

Posted: December 21, 2011 – 6:04pm | Updated: December 22, 2011 – 12:53am Photo by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission NOAA Permit #15488 Right whale No. 1301 rests at the surface with her calf, six miles east of Jekyll … Continue reading

FISHERIES: “Off the Hook” may change the face of Bay of Fundy fisheries.

Posted Wed, Dec 14, 2011 by Emily Fisher to Fishing boats in Nova Scotia. © Becky Cliche via A group of hook-and-line fishermen in Nova Scotia are helping change the face of fishing, and we think you should know … Continue reading

PEOPLE: Aye, she fishes, that she does

Guest post from Terri’s Bay of Fundy Blog. Thanks Terri! Although there are many enticing job prospects for those of us who live around the Bay of Fundy, such as dulse picker, flounder boat T-shirt designer,mudshrimp biologist, seagull watcher,elf shoe maker, rug hooker, intertidal zone … Continue reading

AQUACULTURE: Fish farm lobster death case adjourned

CBC News  Posted: Dec 13, 2011 7:25 AM AT , Last Updated: Dec 13, 2011 12:32 PM AT Kelly Cove Salmon and three company executives will return to court on March 15. (CBC) The case of a New Brunswick aquaculture company facing a … Continue reading

West Isles

      West Isles from Letete Passage–one of Fundy’s “Ecological Engines” This aerial by Tim Foulkes shows the multitude of islands and ledges that make up one of the Bay of Fundy’s key “ecological engines”; places where local productivity … Continue reading