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Fundies

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Box 1234, Woodstock, Canada NBOJ2BO/(800)561-0123; Fundy Tide Runners, 16 King Street, St.
RIDE 'EM, COWBOY Saddle up for the world-renowned Calgary Stampede rodeo in Alberta - visited by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2011 - where the best cowboys and cowgirls compete for more COAST TO COAST From the Bay of Fundy to fabulous Vancouver, Canada than $2million in prize money.
The material referred to in this paper is lodged at several institutions, referred to by abbreviations as follows: FGM, Fundy Geological Museum, Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, Canada; MCZ, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; NSM, Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; ROM, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; and YPM VPPU, former vertebrate palaeontology collection of the Museum of Natural History of Princeton University, now housed at the Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Fundy's size and contours resonate almost perfectly with tidal periodicity to slosh all this water to exceptional heights.
Stephen King novel For those less mellow individuals, The Red Herring pub near the wharf serves Fireballs by the dozen (a cinnamon-flavoured corn whiskey shot that's a favourite in the area), while the Fundy Tide Runners offer daily trips to view the whales which inhabit the renowned Bay of Fundy.
From here we headed down the Fundy coastal drive to Hopewell Rocks where there is a wonderful national park.
Scientists studying the whales in the Bay of Fundy between New Brunswick and Maine found that while more calves were born this summer than usual, too many of the slow-moving whales were killed in collisions with ships.
A more natural change has occurred in the Bay of Fundy, where today's world record tides (albeit challenged by observations in Ungava Bay, at least keeping this an internal Canadian dispute!) have built up over several thousand years as mean sea level has risen.
Defectors Scott Brison (KingHants), John Herron (Fundy Royal) and Keith Martin (Esquimalt) are running in their old ridings but as switchovers to the Liberals.
Earthwild International and Wildcanada.net have announced Canada's most endangered rivers list for 2003, based on nominations from community groups, environment groups and individuals, The most endangered River is New Brunswick's Petitcodiac River, which is threatened by dams and causeways, as well as the naturally strong tides from the Bay of Fundy. Failure to remove a causeway and replace it with a bridge has clogged the river's powerful tidal bore, the report says.
The various species of nudibranchs are placed in four suborders, two of which--Doridacea (dorids) and Aeolidacea (aeolids)--are commonly represented in the Bay of Fundy. The dorids have mantles covering their backs and retractable tentacles, including chemosensory organs at the head and gill plumes--called cerata--around the rear.