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Both upper arms of the Bay of Fundy are macrotidal and boast of having the highest tides in the world (17 meters). Both sites accommodate approximately 3,000 hectares of mudflats during the low tide periods, habitats which contain a rich community of intertidal invertebrates, marked primarily by the burrowing amphipod Corophium volutator. In turn, these mudflats provide critical food resources for both fish and migratory shorebirds. #trave #stjohns www.facebook.com/...
As a gateway into the East Hants, Hants County experience visit the South Maitland Centre. There is a Bay of Fundy tidal observation park and interpretive centre; tidal observation deck over Shubenacadie River where you can watch the tidal bore; nature park with trail, bird & eagle watching, marsh and pond system. Museum in original train caboose features local lore. The facility is wheelchair accessible, there is plenty of parking, public washrooms, and is pet friendly.