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Bay of Fundy Mudflats

The mudflats of the upper Bay of Fundy are a very rare habitat that is important to a great diversity of shorebirds and other intertidal creatures. This habitat is made possible due to the Fundy tide. The FBR has edited a Guide to conservation and ethical tourism of mudflats communities.

Type: Education and awareness raising

Field of activity: Environmental education and awareness

Responsible body: Fundy BR

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Contact: Jennifer Dingman - executive.director@fundy-biosphere.ca

Area of operation: Fundy BR

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