Wildlife in New Brunswick
New Brunswick is a bird-watching hotspot, and there are numerous species for keen bird-watchers to look out for. But even the most passive wildlife fan will adore the sight of hundreds of Atlantic Puffins on Grand Manan Island.
New Brunswick is one of the few places where can see Black Bears in Eastern Canada. In Acadieveille you can observe them from a comfortable and safe tower.
The Bay of Fundy is one of the best places to spot whales in Atlantic Canada. The Humpback Whale, Minke Whale, and Finback Whale are all very common sights. While the endangered North Atlantic Right Whale, White-beaked Dolphins, Sei Whales and Pilot Whales are occasionally observed.