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The Ducks of the Waddle On Inn

If you’ve visited Whale House Guest House in the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve before, chances are you’ve seen their famous ducks wandering around the organic garden

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Polar Bear Warning Issued for Newfoundland

Polar Bears are frequent visitors to Newfoundland, with most of them usually showing up in the late winter and early spring. With changes in arctic weather patterns and ice conditions, polar bears are being spotted more than ever before in Newfoundland. Specifically, ice conditions in the Labrador straight have a lot to do with this.

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Why Do Beluga Whales Keep Hanging Around the South Coast of Newfoundland?

For some reason, beluga whales keep hanging around the south coast of Newfoundland in harbours and just off the whale watching decks of coffee shops. This year, like most years, was a real pleaser for anyone who went whale watching. It’s no secret Newfoundland’s Witless Bay Marine Ecological Reserve is one of the best palaces to spot whales and other marine mammals that migrate to these rich ocean waters every year, but this whale watching season was extra special.

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Scuba Diving

Looking for a unique scuba diving experience during your visit to Newfoundland? Interested in wreck diving or snorkeling with Humpback Whales and Dolphins? If so,

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Food

FORK RESTAURANT

Fork Restaurant – Gourmet dining in the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve Note: This article was written when the Fork Restaurant, was a Pop Up Restaurant,

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Chanterelle mushrooms are very aromatic, meaty, and pair great with chicken and pork.
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CHANTERELLE MUSHROOMS

If you’re a foodie, odds are you’re familiar with Chanterelle mushrooms. A favorite of gourmet chefs all over the world, the Chanterelle, belonging to the genus Cantharellus, is the most popular of all the wild mushroom species. Chanterelle mushrooms are very aromatic, meaty, and pair great with chicken and pork.

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