A hands-on introduction to marine biology, with a little bit of maritime history. Open to families and friends, 10 years old and over.
There is no better maritime outdoor classroom than Canada’s own Bay of Fundy. Twice a day the tide at the mouth of
the Bay rise and fall eight meters stirring up nutrients that have drifted to the ocean floor. Join us as we explore this
unique environment and the diversity of life it supports. What we catch and collect at low tide is what we will observe
more closely in the lab when the tide in high.
Discover the :
* biodiversity of local ecosystems
* weird and wonderful invertebrate inhabitants of the area
* plankton drifters that start most marine food chains
* invaders new and old
* St. Andrews‐by‐the‐sea maritime connections past and present
* links between art and biology
All‐inclusive course fee: covers three night ensuite accommodation, nine meals from Tuesday supper to Friday lunch,
all instructional fees, boat and lab rental, Aquarium admission, taxes.
You just need to find your way to St. Andrews, NB.
All rooms have two queen‐sized beds and a view of the ocean.
Cost: Double occupancy: $499/person. Quadruple occupancy (family of four): $399/person. Other: inquire !
Information/Application: Huntsman Application