A migration hotspot for birds, humpback whales, harbour porpoise and other species attracted by nutrient rich waters, New Brunswick offers opportunities for exciting encounters with wildlife.
On the east coast of Canada, above Maine and next to Quebec, New Brunswick has five varied regions, the world’s highest tides in the Bay of Fundy, beaches, mountains, rivers, and cities and towns. As well as numerous whales and seabirds, there are land species including moose, deer, hare and rare butterflies like the maritime ringlet, and other marine mammals such as harbour, and grey seals.
In addition to its whale watching and wildlife attractions, New Brunswick has a vibrant cultural scene with events and carnivals throughout the year, including local food and wine events, and jazz and bluegrass festivals.
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