Whales and Seabirds In Newfoundland – Conservation & Tourism

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Summer Solstice | Bay Bulls, Newfoundland.
It was an exhilarating marine wildlife boat ride. Majestic Humpback Whales, Atlantic Puffins, Rocky Islands shrouded in fog, the tune of the Irish Fisherman’s song, North Atlantic winds, Screech to warm the bones. Few words can describe this experience.

Nature-based tourism is a fundamental driver of the viability of some communities in Newfoundland and Labrador. Given the importance of whale watching as an attractor of visitors to the province, whale conservation is a key ingredient in the policies that promote tourism in the province.

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Photographer/Author: John Zeus

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2 Comments on “Whales and Seabirds In Newfoundland – Conservation & Tourism”

  1. Holly Says:

    beautiful atmosphere John and the cliff face with the puffins is amazing


    • JOHN ZEUS Says:

      It was a cold and beautiful North Atlantic paradise shrouded in fog; the edge of the world. Thank you for visiting my blog Holly. I’m happy you liked the photos!


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