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Boise, ID USA
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Eloy, AZ USA
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ny, ny usa
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Pinckney, MI USA
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Plymouth, NH USA
it's the best site on sharks cause now i can doo my project on sharks
geneva, ch switzerland
This is a great well set up website. It is perfect for the assignment i am doing.....thanks very much for the great information and the pictures....Jaime
Jaime King <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This wonderful site, is worth dropping a line in your guestbook to say thanks!
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Dilberts World <email@example.com>
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MUGU ONYEOCHA <firstname.lastname@example.org>
hey! great site! it helped for my school report!thanx!!!!!!
I happened upon this site while following the links from another site. Thank your for the hard work you must have put in to create this wonderful facility. Keep up the excellent work. Stefen Jobs
An informative and well laid out site!
David Pye <email@example.com>
Excellent website, very informative. Keep up the excellent work - - Harry.
I love sharks. I think they are one of the most beautiful creatures ever made. I have high respect for them. I've loved sharks ever since I was a little kid. Man I would really love to swim with them sometime and just watch them. I really like it when Discovery airs their show about Prehistoric sharks. Those are so much scarier than what we have to day for sharks. It would be totally groovy to have a megladon tooth. My favorite modern shark is the Tiger and prehistoric is the Megladon. Gorgeous Creatures.
Charles City, IA USA
Here in the bottom ofthe Chesapeake Bay, i have observed sharks close in to shore, lately. I have sport - fished this area for nearly 35 years. Do you think that the trawlers are removing too many fish and causing these sharks to move in closer to the shores?
hampton, va usa
I went here for some research. With my mom, some things are scary, and others are fasinating! Bye!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
nathan o <firstname.lastname@example.org>
santa maria, cal u.s.a
I found this site and it is kool.
Alex ubee <email@example.com>
old romney, or England
i came across this site wen i searched for 'free willy', cos i saw the films at x-mas and i think they are still really good. so i searched and clicked on a cool pic that had 'jason james ritcher riding willy and found this site was an attatchment.
david morris <firstname.lastname@example.org>
i put both of my e-mails on the last one so here is just one of them.
david morris <email@example.com>
hello. I like this website alot and recommend it to loads of people.
david morris <firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com>
This is super! Much faster loading. I periodically go through the pages and re-discover things that are important to me.
Happy new year to everyone seeing this message! - - Bob
mugu kHELLO, MY E-MAIL HAS CHANGED IT IS NO LONGER LUV2CWHALES@CS.COM, IT IS THE NEW ADDRESS BELOW. ONCE AGAIN THANK YOU FOR SUCH A SPECTACULAR SIGHT FOR THESE AWESOME CREATURES.
BRENDA CINTULA <firstname.lastname@example.org>
MIDDLE GROVE, NY UNITED STATES
I enjoyed my visit. Greetings from Olga Katzen -
Hello, I found you at Altavista. You have wealth of information on your site and a nice design. Greetings from Germany - Paul
You built your site very well.Thank you!
caviar lover <email@example.com>
New York, AK Usa
Great site. I have it added to my Favorites and will return often!
Mark Visser <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Burlington, ON Canada
Great information on the whales. It really helped me with a project. My Aunt Krista studies marine biology in Nfld. with Memorial University.
Arielle Park <email@example.com>
Shelburne, ON Canada
Keep up this great resource. I bookmark your site, best greetings, Heim Arbeit.
How can I help?
Saw the E! True Hollywood Story on Jaws. Saw some footage on Shark Hunting & decided to help.
Brandon James Peckham
this is danger site keep off i good site very very cool
Ali baba <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Lomé Lagos Loma, golfe Togo Nigeria Usa
Love this site. Greetings from Germany.
This is an excellent site to turn to when you want information, and the first site I turn to when looking for infomation.
Indio, 760 California
I love your pictures. Wish I could be in some of them with the close shots of the great humpback whale.
Waynesboro, VA USA
I love ocean life. I have always wanted to see these creatures up close and personal. Hopefuly some day I will. My dream is to be on a research ship for a tag team of great whites. Great site. Keep up the good work.
Pamela Freeman <Freeman_pamela@msn.com>
ft myers, USA
the site is fascinating and very informative for me since ive always been a shark freak....thanks
Monera, mississispi America
I would love to find one of the best (and responsible) whale-watching tour group to see these wonderful mammals next June, 2003. Thanks
Calgary, AB Canada
ypur webpage was very very good!! More power
mary llenos <email@example.com>
cebu city, 6000 philippines
your site is ok but it has nothing about the life cycle of the blue whale.
goldcoast, 4216 australia
Just surfing. A wise man will always change his mind . . a fool never will
Thank you for this great website! We have been wondering which sharks were the biggest. We didn't know there were so many different species of sharks. Sharks are neat.
Brady Fishel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Jackson, WY USA
The pictures are cool. The whales are amazing. Lets keep them alive.
Shelburne, ON Canada
This is a very nice site. The pictures are beautiful! The info is also interesting and educational. (My favorites are orcas and humpback whales.) Save the Whales!
Great luv it its the oolest thx for this oppertunity
Katherine Babinski <DancinQTKB>
Charlotte, nc usa
Has this sight won awards?
By printing the margin of the text over a picture, the text is obscured and very difficult to impossible to read. Anyone else have a problem with this?
Other than that this site is unique. Whales in New Brunswick singing and crying in my home. I an go to them anytime......is this amazing? Thank you for this site. I want to pack my bags now and hit the road for New Brunswick.`
I have just returned from Grand Manan, NB and was thrilled to have seen fin back whales swimming beside the ferry I was on!!! Thanks for these photos, and information. I have learned something special, here!
Dunham, Qc Canada
Wow, this is a great site. very well designed and lots of useful information. thanks.
Greetings from Germany
THANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO SIGN THE GUESTBOOK. I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN FASCINATED BY THESE WONDERFUL CREATURES. I WOULD LOVE TO LEARN ALL THAT I CAN ABOUT THEM. WHILE I HAVE BEEN TO NOVA SCOTIA, I HAVE ONLY SEEN THEM IN GLOUCESTER, MA. I HOPE THAT I CAN LEARN MUCH FROM YOUR WEBSITE.
BRENDA CINTULA <LUV2CWHALES@CS.COM>
MIDDLE GROVE, NY UNITED STATES
this site is the best the sand tiger shark is coolest
I Love your site, Orca's are my favorite. They Fasinate me,I am in the process of adoptiong a whale right now.
Sherry Tuck <email@example.com>
Winnipeg, Mb Canada
I Love your site, Orca's are my favorite. They Fasinate me,I am in the process of adoptiong a whale right now.
Sherry Tuck <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Winnipeg, Mb Canada
Thanks for all your help on this site !
Noe R <Jerlyn@alloymail.com>
Castroville, Ca U.S.A
I'm a Marine Biolgy Student
Salim Garcia <S_Garcia@mail.masu.nodak.edu>
Mayville, ND USA
Very interesting. I'm glad I found it
Herb Bracher <email@example.com>
Libertyville, IL USA
nice job. thank you.
If MEG is made and is half as good as the book I think it will do better than Jaws did...
keep up the good work! later....flint
Hello! I read some of your page and found your guestbook. I figured I would sign it..
Washington, DC USA
Your site and effort is greatly appreciated. Keep up this very worthy commitment. If you have some time, please feel free to drop by at "The Prophecy of a Beautiful Obscura" http://www.rivers2c.com/ave23.htm
Isle of Ireland
i just moved back to Saint John in Nov. and a friend of mine told me that last summer 2001..the was a shark sighting and it even chased some swimmers out of the water at Mispeck beach here in Saint John.. anyone heard about this... ...ty
saint john, NB canada
i like this page beucase this is my favorite shark
i love it!!!!!!!!!!
stop killing them!!!!!!!!!
Francisco J Colon Ledee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
San German, P.R. U.S.A.
I just wanted to let you know I am a big fan of your website. I was facinated about megladon and thougt I should let you know that they are thanking about making a movie about megladon . If you want to see it made you can help by going to a website about it ,it's called megsite .when you gt there go to movie updates and if you want to sign the petion to see it ,made into a movie . The petion needs to have 100,000 signatures by september 1,2002 ,so if you want to see it made into a movie please tell your coworkers family members and friends ,and mambye if it's not to much trouble tell other shark websites about this thank you for your time and good bye
I just wanted to thank all the responsible people who had something to do with this website and who collaborated with it. I love sharks and I've learn a lot, the photos are just amazing, specially the basking shark ones. The facts and the Megalodon history is great as well.Congrats and please, keep it going!!!
I am looking for my past! Looking for Tomas Joseph Mac Donald Clan This was my father and I don't know his family Execpt that it was in this part of the world. Ps write back if any one knows any thing.Please Thankyou
Margurite Mac Donald <email@example.com>
Snohomish, WA USA
I wish you had a calendar for the best times to spot whales in Bay of Fundy area to enable nature lovers to plan their travel. If you know, please email me.
Toronto, ON Canada
On the second part of the gallery you said that all of the sand tiger sharks(spotted raggletooth sharks/gray nurse sharks) were tigers sharks. I would really appreciate if you could get some pictures of live porbeagles. Other than that, this site rocks! P.S. Porbeagles rule!
Kat <none of yo beeswax>
boulder, CO 80303
Just recently having a 'run in' with a sting ray in the Chaleur Bay, I had no clue what was in the waters until I visited this site. Thank you, I'll never go into these waters again *laughs*
Belledune, NB Canada
Awesome! I'm visiting the Bay of Fundy! Thanks for the info.!
Great lerning site, we are going to link it to ours.
Heather Scott <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tauranga, New Zealand
Great information on Great Whites!!! Thanks
Jessica Raftery <email@example.com>
awesome site.. great pics and good info... :)
campobello, NB Canada
I LOVE GREAT WHITE SHARKS! THEY ROCK!
Swander Backman <S______B@YAHOO.com>
Springfield, Cal Asia
DIVER-50YEARSOLD-RESIDENTE FOR 13 YEARS. DIVING SINCE I WAS 11YRS. RUN INTO ALL TYPES OF ATLANTIC SHARK.
RG. ENSIGN <ENSIGNTWO@AOL.COM>
CAROLINA BEACH, NC USA
Thanks for all the information about Thresher sharks. It came in real handy with my school project.
Mississauga, ON Canada
Natasha Bailey <Natashabailey5@hotmail.com>
Thanks. This site has been really very helpful to my school project talk. I'm in grade 1.
Melbourne , Vic Australia
your website is so cool I found all the stuff I need.
It was "Google" search engine looking for technical info about "THE CAT" (the new hi speed ferry, between Yarmouth
NS and Bar Harbor,ME) that brought me to this site. My
whale lovin' friends will love this address. THE CAT was in Boston on 5/18 and 19 on promo trip. Fantastic ship!
Thanks for reporting the story about it from print media.
Stew Ross <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Lyndeborough, NH USA
This is really the best and most clearly site about sharks I have ever seen (or found). Thanks for al the information that I founded on the site...
Fantastic site! Full of information. It extends the incredible wonders of the Bay which very few of us have ever
even thought about. I wonder why my relatives left the area
in the first place. Keep up the great work!
Ed MacDonald <email@example.com>
Ossipee, NH USA
Came upon this website while looking for pictures and sounds of whales for a project in communications. What a find! You had everything I was looking for and more - very informative and entertaining - keep up the great work and thanks again, I will let everyone I know about it.
Rance Spitler <W0030861@shelburne.nscc.ns.ca>
THANKS FOR THE MOST INTERESTING FACTS YOU HAVE PROVIDED ME I HOPE THAT YOU CAN CONTINUE WITH THE GOOD WORK SO OTHER'S CAN LEARN WHAT I JUST DID
BARRIE, ONT CANADA
i thought that your site was very good for finding info on sharks and sharks pic's you people did a very good good. i jist love sharks and i found lotes of facts that i did not now about sharks thanx
courtney, b.c canada
This is a great Site and I will return to hear all of the Whales Sounds in Future, Good Work ! stay on air :-)
Porta West, Germany,
Hi, This is a wonderful site... I've watched a documentary on bluewhales and am doing a scrap book on these beautiful blues. Thank you 'cos this site helped me alot to understand this endangered species.
Agnes Khoo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I LOVE THE SMOOTH DOGFISH! THEY ARE SOOO CUTE!! AND I THINK IN WOULD BE AWSOME TO SWIM ALONG NEXT TO A WHALE SHARK ANYONE WHO HAS EVER DONE IT PLEASE E-MAIL ME AND TELL ME ABOUT IT! I"D LOVE TO HEAR ALL ABOUT IT! THANKS KATE!
Kate Richardson <Shopinkay3@hotmail.com>
St.Joseph, Mo USA
Hi. I live pretty close to the Bay of Fundy and I had no idea we had such wonderful sharks. I am a big shark fan. My favorite sharks are not from around here but there is 1 or 2 that do. I have 4 favorite sharks, they are Hammerhead Shark, Whale Shark, Thresher Shark and the Blue Shark. I would love to see them. When I am old enough I am hopeing to be a Marine Biologist and work with sharks especially in the Bay of Fundy. Your site is a very cool 1. One of the bests that I've seen. Also I wanted to know if maybe you could send me some pictures of wildlife in the bay. Especially of the sharks there. If you do I will be very thankful! I am going to post this site's link on my site so if you want to drop by my site sometime the link is above. Please E-mail me the people who made this site. Also whoever is a shark lover it be nice to hear from you also! :) Thanks!
I love whales!! Whales Rawk!! I <3 whales!! Whales love me!! Whales are awesome!! I want a Whale!!
Benton, PA USA
chicago, IL U.S.A
Hey my name is Kate nad I am a shark freak! I have loved them my whole entire life and when I grow up I would love to be a marine biologist! If you talk to me, I could tell you everything I know about sharks!! Thanks!!!!!
Kate Carroll <Car126@mediaone.net>
Plymouth, MI United States
I really love Orcas they are the sweetest creatures in the ocean, I would love to adopt one! I have seen Keiko and Shamoo many times at Sea World!!
I am five years old and next year we are going to visit the Bay of Fundy and go whale-watching. I can't wait!
Michael Ulmer <email@example.com>
Kitchener, Ontario Canada
this site is really cool!!!
Jamie Garafola <firstname.lastname@example.org>
independence, LA united states
Thanks, Nice Site
Scientific, Biological and Medical Illustrator Halifax, Nova Scotia
Fedak Scientific Illustrations
Halifax, NS Canada
i like the orcas!they're so cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
St.John's, nf Canada
I still need the Classification
Samantha White <BlackMagickGirl@aol.com>
palm harbor, FL
Hi Samatha, tried replying to your email but had no luck, hope you read this, in answer to your question the great white "Carcharodon carcharias" classification - Carcharhiniformes
You dont have the Scientific Classification of a Geat White Shark!!! If anyone knows it then IM me
my screen name > Darkesthour12
Palm Harbor, FL
Just a click and I am close to home again. Great site.
spartanburg, sc united states
nice guestbook u have. well thanks 4 the imformation.
hacienda hts., ca united states
If you love whales as much as I do e mail me and join the marine club. Trading picyures and becoming friends. Ages 11-16 permitted only
Kristy Vincent <email@example.com>
Pickering, ont Canada
Is this the official site of the province of New Brunswick, or one made by a private entity?
Your site was very interesting as we learned that sharks live in the waters of our future home!! Thanks for the info.... I think!!
Vestal, NY USA
My favorite whale is the blue whale and the humpback whale. They are my favorite because they look really cool. I like the tricks they do.
Really enjoy your website. Thank You.
this was a very good site.my friend here is going to do a report on it. it was a very good story on the man that got attacted by shark.i'll come here again sometime to find stuff for reports.
rebecca harnish <becca firstname.lastname@example.org>
digby, n.s canada
Excelllent site, love the pictures. I was wondering if you know whether or not is possible to acquire a baby Atlantic Sharpnose shark as a pet, and if so do you know of any distributors? If this is not possible, do you think it would be possible for some recommendations on a shark of similar size and possibly of the same family or genus available for pet ownership? Thanks a lot, great site again.
Rohan Chadha <Kit_sparks@aol.com>
Towson, MD USA
always glad to see others taking care of sharks.
I might be interested to add a link to your site when I get mine developed.
Indianapolis, IN USA
Whales are neat! We love your pictures. We know lots about whales because we just read a book called Baby Whales Drink Milk. Our teacher especially liked the whale sounds.
We love your web site. We learned a lot about whales, we would like to learn some more. We love baby whales, we know that they can be 14 feet long. We still never found out which was heavier, a whale or a semi.
Sharks have fascinated me every since i was a little kid. Now im in college and am doing some research on sharks for a particular class. This particular website is very much informative and i thank you guys for putting in tremendous effort. This is the best shark web site i have every visited.
atlanta, ga Usa
Great site. Good info. I've been whale watching in the Bay of Fundy & off Vancouver,Is.B.C. The plight of the whales need our immediate attention if they are to survive. What a great loss it would be not to be able to view these magnificient animals in their natural habitat. Get a group together & sponsor one. It will make you feel good! Thanks.
R. Wells <email@example.com>
Port Hope, Ont Canada
This is a nice web site on sharks
this is the best web set ever the web set you can find any thing on it you can find funny things or nusacddsxsdsxzdxs or cornucopias.
wiet winsen <www.wiet.com>
ottawa, b.c. canada
lauren smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
candia, nh usa
Simply beautiful, so relaxing
Hey this site was sooooo usful to my group we r doing a project and u had all the info!!thax for having an awsome site!
melanie wilson <email@example.com>
grand manan, NB canada
I have enjoyed this website, and as well have viewed the NFB film on right whales, which was both enjoyable and well done. I have never seen a right whale, but am attempting to carve one. Despite this site and pictoral representation that I have seen, I still am having difficulty appreciating a 3D perspective. How can I view some sketches of the right whale ? Any suggestions ? Thanks
John Dornan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
My 2yr old son is an avid fan of humpback whales and we were soooo excited to be able to hear their songs at the click of the mouse. We visit your site daily, as it is one of his favorite things to do. Thanks for providing such an educational treat for us!
IT IS A GOOD WEBSITE IT TELLS US ABOUT A LOT THINGS ABOUT TH SHARKS. IT ALSO GIVES US A LOT OF THE PICTURES OF THE SHARKS. ALL I CAN SAY IS A VERY GOOD WEBSITE & WISH U ALL THE BEST
HOUGANG, 61 SINGAPORE
this is a good website to visit even thought I absoulutley hate sharks but it will help in my further studies of marine biology and the underwater sea animals!thanks for the much needed info!!!
pa united states
I am a displaced Monctonian and was doing some resarch on the Bay of Fundy, which is just georgous and wich makes me homesick just thinking about it. I never knew ther were so many different species of sharks found in those waters. This is a great web page and I have added it to my favourites. I can hardly wait to go home and see the Bay of Fundy again.
Eddie Rossiter <Cnerossiter@aol.com>
Calgary, AB Canada
I think it is very good.But please tell me if any breed of sharks dont have teeth
Emily payne <Mivaem1@aol.com>
I am from Sussex. I moved to Ontario 8 years ago, and still get homesick. This site makes it easier to remember everything I miss. Keep up the good work.
Sonia (DeBow) Squires <email@example.com>
Trenton, ON Canada
We loved the area so much we seemed to always be going back to visit. Recently bought property in Lubec to eventually build in the area.
Gerald A Heath <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cincinnati, OH USA
I visited New Brunswick & enjoyed it so much. Whale watching was among the best part
those whales are amazing!!!!!!saw them myself a few years back,breathtaking!!!!
toronto, ont CANADA
i am very interested in coming to see the whales. if you could supply me with info on camping grounds near the bay of fundy i would be greatfull. i'd like prices also on camp grounds and tour boats to go out to see the whales. thank-you
kathy fiacco <heartcollector59>
norwood, ny usa
It's a great site and I really like the different species you have shown. It's great to teach kids about whales.
Saint John, NB Canada
We are frequent visitors to the Atlantic Provinces...we have toured New Brunswick in the past, and this year we will visit Grand Manan Island..we look forward to our 2001 trip...
Roberta & Joe Jacobs <email@example.com>
Stewartsville, NJ USA
A very informative and organized site. Keep up the great work! The best tourist site I've ever seen!! Anticipate visiting in late February!
Hamilton, ON Canada
I love Canada and people who look after animals, thank you very much for all your work.
enjoyed the site
i love the web- site. i am planning to go into marine- biology,since it is a childhood dream of mine. i thank all of you who dedicate yourselves to saving if not protecting the gians of the sea.
keep up the good work!!!
Zyieshah Mac Donald <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Toronto, ontario Canada
I likie the sea animals! Go sea animals! Woo hoo! Yes, sir thats my baby! okay bye
Juan Lopez <email@example.com>
no, ca okay ill take one I like all the whales
As my wife and I will be visiting N.B late June 2001 we have checked out your web site. You have done an excellent job. One of the best sites we have seen for tourists. Congratulations!!!!
Mike Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mississauga, Ontario Canada
I love it
I look forward to learning about the history of this unique area and people.
Andrew Piera <email@example.com>
Cranbury, NJ USA
you re site is awsome keep up the good work . i have visited fundy bay a million time and i am planning to visit again and again .
julie poirier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
sept iles, que canada
I have been to NB several times and doubtless will visit again. I have done a few whale trips but want to specifically see a right whale. Any tips on what area would be best to leave from to see one?
Wayne Gordon <email@example.com>
Sykesville, MD USA
This site is very educational.
Marie <Ciao Maria 7196>
Eastchester, NY USA
I LOVE marine biology and am taking homecourses to learn everything that there is to know about it. I love this web site and plan to use it in the future for a reference site. I am a whale lover and I plan to be a marine biologist if that is what God wants me to be. I look forward to visiting this web site ofen.
This website helped me for my SOSE assignment
i copy and pasted every bit of information and i got my mark back and i got 46 /50 = 92 % . Thanks WEBSITE
YEah this website rocks especially the photos it is a sikunt site
This site was a lot of help to me because in Social Studies we are doing a project where we have to make an industry in an assigned province and convince people to invest in it. I got New Brunswick and I wanted to convince people to invest in whale tours in the Bay of Fundy.
Selinsgrove, PA United States
I am going to school to be a marine biologist and I love your web site. The whale songs are so great. Thanks!
Florida United States
It's a great web site and i enjoyed listing to the whale songs and i'm considering adopting a whale.
Samantha (Sam) Dougherty <firstname.lastname@example.org>
millerstown, PA United States
Great Web site, we used it to plan our forthcoming trip to NB in October 2000.
Lyn and Tony
Found your website interesting and informative in helping to plan our Sept-Oct trip to the Atlantic Provinces.
Leaving Friday for Grand Manan. Cannot wait to see the whales, etc.
Nancy Baker <email@example.com>
Columbus, OH USA
I am planning on going whale watching, and your site really helped me gain some knowledge of whales you can find in that area. Thanks
This is a great site!!! It was great info prior to my upcoming family cruise to Nova Scotia. it will also be a great site for my 6th grade students' study of whales and the Voyage of the Mimi.
Rich Santer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Levittown, NY USA
I enjoyed hearing the whale sounds and info. now i would like to take a whale watcking excur. aboard a boat. thanks.
john mannhard <JJjorchids@aol.com>
st. louis, mo usa
This is great information in advance of our holidays we are going to spend in the Bay of Fundy in October that is coming up ! It truly is a very interesting preparation for all the beautiful nature we will be able to see soon.
Thank you ! Regards from Holland, Europe.
Susanne Steenbergen <email@example.com>
Utrecht, Holland / Europe
hi, cool website.Your website really helped my daughter.
Detroit , MI United States
Wuz Up. This website is really cool. I am doing a report about New Brunswick and this web site really helped.
Royal Oak, MI United States
coming end of august expect to have a wonderful time your website is just great.
Dolores & Bob <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Bayside, NY USA
Looking forward to our trip to your beautiful province. I am having trouble though finding information on whale watch expeditions. Could you help me out? Can't wait for our trip sounds like it will be fun and relaxing all in one
Laura Robbins <email@example.com>
New Boston, NH USA
Thank you for an excellent (and fun) web site. We plan to visit in the summer (2000). Is there a period that is best for seeing the whales?
Alice/Richard Robertson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Columbus, GA USA
We appreciate the information on the whales and hope to see some of them when we visit next September.
Sid Rowles <email@example.com>
Kelowna, BC Canada
LOOKING F'WARD TO A GREAT VISIT TO CANADA.
ATLANTA, GA USA
I'm planning a 50th birthday party for a friend to Kayak and photograph the area. Your site has been very informative and helpful. This party will be a great success!
East Rochester, NY USA
We enjoyed your whale pictures and graphics. We hope to find time to visit your province.
New Britain, CT USA
As a homeschooling family we will get a lot of use out of your site.
It is a wonderful, informative site that my kids will love to use.
Our homeschool group REACH is hoping to go on a whale watching trip together and I will
pass this site onto others in our group through our email list.
Saint John, NB Canada
In August and September of 1999, the waters around Grand Manan were teeming with whales. Orcas were seen for the first time in many years. It's exciting to be on the ferry or sit at the Whistle lookout and watch them blow. Here's a slideshow we made that takes about six minutes and has 33 slides of Grand Manan Island. Come see. It's FREE!!! http://members.tripod.com/~gests/agm/pc.html
Grand Manan Island, NB Canada
good website on whales
Morgan Marche <firstname.lastname@example.org>
i would like to hear about "foggy" (0628) a humback whale that i adopted on the 30th of september 1991. thank you very much
I DON'T LIKE WHALES i THINK THAT THERE BIG AND DUMB IF YOU CAN PROVE ME WRONG E- MAIL ME!
TASHA AND BRANDON <BRANDOB@STUDENT.EDNET.NS.CA>
HALIFAX, NS CANADA
i was just checking out this site because my classis doing a project a bout mikmacs
Sept.8 to 12 l999. Will be traveling with 3 other people. Hope
to see the Bay of Fundy ocean floor when the tides come in, The Tidal Bore.
Could you tell us where is the best place to experience this and the schedule
of the tide. I think New Brunswick is beautiful. Looking forward to Nova Scotia
and Prince Edward Island.We also hope to see the whales
I will be traveling to Saint John next week for business and was
interested in finding out more about your city. I can't wait to visit!
Becky and I plan to be in your wonderful country in late
September. We are looking forward to doing some whale watching and visiting as
many of the sights that can be seen in this area!
Thanks for the info. We will be travelling there next week and
hope to see these incredible tides!
See you this September. We are looking forward to the visit.
Relatives from the U.K. and a few from Canada are intending to
go to watch the whales in the Summer of 2000. What better place than the
internet to find information . Hit your web site and thought here is a great
place to start. You are now bookmarked .
I like to see whales, everywhere in the world. With my family I
saw them in Baja California, Vancouver Island, Cook Island, South Africa, Maui
Island and, I hope, I'll see again in Fundy Bay next august.
A part of me will always be there in NB. Specially Sussex and
Saint John. Sooner or later I'll be back and maybe this time I'll have a better
chance to walk around the city by myself. Please..more pics on your site
neat web sight can not wait till july we are going to st johns
and bay of funday and prince edward island to visit where the past relatives
are from before they moved to maine and new hampshire figure on a great trip
I was fortunate enough to grow up in the TIDE HEAD area,seeing
this site brings back a lot of memories,thanks.
Loved this site.I have visited several other New brunswick sites
but this by far was the most informative. I especially liked the code of
ethics, I think this will be the deciding factor in which area I choose to go
whale watching. Great graphics and sounds!
Nice page. Plan to visit this July. Bay of Fundy is at the top
of our list. Saw it briefly once and would like to see that tide in action.
You have a great website!!! It makes everything so inviting! We
can't wait to visit you in August of '99' Thanks
Loved your site. We are thinking of visiting New Brunswick in
the summer of 99. We'd appreciate any info about the tides, whales and the
magnetic hill. Thanks for a wonderful site!
My parents are Nova Scotians and I have been back and forth on
ferries all of my life but have never once seen a whale in the bay, much to my
regret. My son will love this website. Thanks for including it.
we want to walk on the ocean floor. when is the best time?
Great WEB SITE. Enjoyed it very much. I'm the person who helped
Don when his server was on the blink. Never been to NB but looks like we should
come up for a visit. Thanks
Great info! We leave for New Brunswick tomorrow and hope to see some whales there. The last whales I saw were in Hawaii 15 years ago.
Alcona, ont Canada - Thursday, July 30, 1998 at 07:46:22 (CDT)
Informative site... Nice initiative.
We love the rest of Canada and are looking forward to visiting
the Atlantic Provinces
I THINK YOU HAVE DONE AN EXCELLENT JOB ON YOUR WEB SITE. I LOVE
I was born in North Head. Have been to the Island Several times
to visit and love it.I believe most of the Island is related to me. My father
was from seal cove and mother from northhead. Love all the items you have to
see on the island..
Great website, lots of information on whales. I would love to
know about excursions for whale watching. I go to N.B. in July and want to go
whale watching. Any information you could provide would be appreciated.
Well done! My wife and I are looking forward to a visit in July.
Hotel info please..we plan to tour the coast to include Nova Scotia. Thanks
again, and your web site is just super.
Nice site. I've been whale watching for my first time in August
'97 thru Island Coast Boat Tours on Grand Manan. My friends and I got some
great pics of Right Whales which I have on my site. Stop by sometime and have a
look and sign my guestbook!
I was just surfing this web page beacuse I have to do I project
on a place in New Brunswick and I chose The Bay Of Fundy. If you have any
information I would really like if you e-mail me with it. THANKS
I plan to go to New-Brunswick this summer, i'm sure now
We are planning to go see the whales for sure and just whatever
Saint John has . Also the Harbour.
I wish I could find info on what makes the bay of Fundy so great
and what it has in it!
Delightful. Can't wait to experience the tides and the
very informative web pages. Is there any way I can make
reservations for lodging or find out about places to stay through these web
Need information on where in New Brunswick is the best location
to to view whales, and what month of the year.
hello, Just in checking out your Fundy Whale page..It looks
great. I am a volunteer with East Coast Ecosytems, and wanted to view the
adoption page. It looks great, I am very happy you added it to your site, and I
think it will help us out a great deal. Thanks again, and your entire site is
very good and full of information.