Canada's Bay of Fundy has the world's highest tides. The Fundy Coast, popular with locals and tourists alike, offers maritime sights ranging from fishing villages to a national park. Canada's first shorebird reserve, Mary's Point, is on the Fundy Coast, and it's a great place to observe the migration of millions of shorebirds during the late summer months. Most visitors come to the Fundy Coast to see the famous Fundy tides, of course, but there's plenty to see and do wherever you choose to stop.
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|Cape Enrage on Canada's Fundy Coast||Cape Enrage Lighthouse||The 1848 Lighthouse||Foghorn at Cape Enrage|
|Cape Enrage's Restaurant, the Keepers Lunchroom||Barn March Island Beach||Alma, New Brunswick, at Low Tide||Fishing Boats in Alma|
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