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Films/Videos About the Bay of Fundy

  • Wetland – (1987; 28:50 minutes) Produced by Waterhen Film Productions for Ducks Unlimited Canada
  • Touched by the Tide. (27:12 minutes). Produced by Waterhen Film Productions for Ducks Unlimited Canada. The waters of the Bay of Fundy rock back and forth, pushed into continual motion by the twice-daily pulse of the Atlantic tide. The result is the highest tides in the world, and a diversity of shoreline habitats, which support a wonderful array of plant and animal life. This video explores the wetland habitats created by the giant tides of the Bay of Fundy, and traces the critical connections among their biological systems.
  • The Shores of Life. (27:31 minutes). Produced by Waterhen Film Productions for Ducks Unlimited Canada. Between the dry lands habitats of New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia and the salt water of the Atlantic, there is a vital band of wetland habitats. The shores are influenced by both the sea and the land, and create ecological systems that are more diverse and productive than either land or sea. This video explores the biological wealth of Atlantic coastal wetlands, from the microbes of the saltmarsh tidepools, beachcombing sandpipers and the Bald Eagles of Bras D’Or to human harvest of fish and waterfowl.
  • The Shoreline Doesn’t Stop here anymore. CBC Nature of Things documentary
  • Fundy Tidal Power. Land and Sea. CBC Television. (Dec. 12th, 1982)
  • Changing Tides. Land and Sea. CBC Television. (Dec. 12th, 1986)
  • Where the Bay Meets the Sea. Land and Sea. CBC Television. (Jan 5th, 1987)
  • Cyril Coldwell. Land and Sea. CBC Television. (Jan 26th, 1987)
  • The Bay of Fundy with Northern Right Whales. The Global Family. Series No. 65. Nippon Houso Kyokai (NHK) (1993.10.18)
  •  Where The Sea Becomes The Bay. A half hour film made by Haligonian John Brett almost 25 years ago, but much of the information is still relevant. It certainly reminds us of the vitality of the Bay. Can be viewed online at: http://www.nfb.ca/film/Where_the_Bay_Becomes_the_Sea/
  •  Rivers To The Sea. A one hour film made by Haligonian John Brett about the rivers around the Bay. Can be viewed online at: http://www.nfb.ca/film/Rivers_to_the_Sea/