A guide to Fundy National Park
Written in a literary style the text outlines the major features,facilities and phenomena of the park for the prospectivevisitor. It describes the weather, the tides and the flora andfauna found in the park.
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FOG ALONG THE FUNDY COAST
BAY OF THE GIANT TIDES
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Acadians Access Albert County Alma Beach Atlantic salmon backcountry balsam fir Bay of Fundy birds boat boulders branches Brook Brunswick budworm Campground Chignecto cliffs conifers cool Cove deep deer Devil's Half Acre edge falls feed ferns fish forest Fundy National Park Fundy's Goose River gravel grow hardwoods Headquarters hike insects land leaves linear trail live logs low tide lumber mammals maple marshes marten mill moose moss mouth move North Nova Scotia ocean old fields park's parking and trailhead peregrine falcons plants and animals Point Wolfe River Point Wolfe Road ponds pool porcupines raccoons river valleys rocks rocky Route Saint John salt shallow Shepody shore snow soil southern New Brunswick spring spruce streams summer surface swimming tidal tiny traps trees trout upper bay Upper Salmon River walk waterfalls waves wildlife wind winter Wolfe Lake wood yellow birch