This weekend it is looking like we will have sun on Saturday and Sunday, but there is a chance of thunderstorms on Sunday. Water levels are still high, but there have been some small drops in the water levels. Access to the Conestoga shore dive has been re-opened as the road is no longer covered in water. The Rothsay is also accessible for shore diving.
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Everyone’s favorite week of television, “Shark Week,” makes waves in movie theaters nationwide for a one-night event this summer. The exclusive event features one of the best episodes from “Shark Week 2016,” along with a special episode of “Shark Week 2017” ahead of its television debut on Discovery Channel.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada is partnering with The Nature Trust of New Brunswick and many other great organizations to plan a large-scale, one-day marine debris cleanup event for multiple coastal and island nature preserves within Charlotte County.
Project Jonah and the Department of Conservation receive a huge number of calls each year from concerned members of the public, reporting that seals are either ill, injured or in serious trouble – but sometimes this isn’t the case. By understanding the unusual quirks and habits of seals, we’re much better placed to help these animals when they really are in need.
Do you love the underwater marine life around the UK and further afield? Ever fancied yourself as a marine scientist?…
With its shoreline touching both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans and climate change lengthening the Arctic shipping season it is fitting that the tall ships will help Canada celebrate its 150th birthday this year.