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Plankton, Periwinkles and Predators; an adventure with GAEL Tours within the UNESCO SNBR

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Published on Dec 9, 2012

Have you ever watched a barnacle feeding frenzy? Well, you can along the rocky shores of Point Prim located at the edge of the UNESCO Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve near Digby. Walk along the ocean floor where the low tides of the Bay of Fundy expose several zones of seashore life, including periwinkles and barnacles. Retired science teacher Greg Turner will help you experience the wide diversity of life and the interconnections among the species found there. There is always something new to discover as you get up close and personal with the flora and the fauna during this hands-on adventure.

GAEL Tours:
http://www.gaeltours.ca/

UNESCO Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve:
http://www.swnovabiosphere.ca/

Nova Scotia Visitor Information:
http://www.novascotia.com/en/home/dis...

Destination Southwest Nova Tourism Infromation:
http://www.novascotiabackyard.com/

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