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Fundies

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Andrews are testing various kinds of suspension cages at Lime Kiln Bay near the SDDF, and are trying to learn if there's enough spatfall in Passamoquoddy Bay and the Bay of Fundy that could be gathered in the wild to support a scallop aquaculture industry.
DON'T MISS A must for any visitor to this area is a whale watching trip in the Bay of Fundy.
When commercial harvesters dug worms from a mudflat in Canada's Bay of Fundy, the disruption destroyed other creatures that semipalmated sandpipers eat, researchers report in the April CONSERVATION BIOLOGY.
Unlike the specialized fisheries elsewhere in Atlantic Canada where entire communities were dependent on one species (cod) or groundfish more generally, the Bay of Fundy fisheries have targeted several species over the course of a year.
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The Saint John River at this location is estuarine and flows into the Bay of Fundy approximately 68 km downstream of Grand Lake.
For two months each summer and fall, researchers conduct shipboard surveys of North Atlantic right whales in the Bay of Fundy critical habitat area.
For what natural phenomenon is the Bay of Fundy in Canada famous?
A whale of a time Whale watching is popular in St Andrews with wildlife cruises such as the Fundy Tide Runners.
On the way, the tiny birds stop off at the Bay of Fundy on the Canadian east coast, where they spend two weeks gorging on a superfood, Corophium volutator (mud shrimps), which are rich in omega 3 fatty acids.
It was first detected in the Bay of Fundy more than a year ago and has since flared up, apparently thriving in the breeding grounds offered by the netcages that hold densely packed salmon under intense feeding and growing regimes.