In the serene embrace of nature that is the Whale House, nestled within the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve, we share our home with an array of delightful neighbors – from the wild grass that dances with the wind to the playful ducks that grace our ponds. But as dusk falls and the moon paints silhouettes on the landscape, a different kind of magic unfolds.
Newfoundland is known far and wide for its breathtaking landscapes, rich history, and unique wildlife. But there is something else lurking in the forests of Newfoundland that many may not know about – poisonous plants! Hikers, campers, and gardeners alike should be aware of these dangerous flora to keep themselves safe. To equip you with the knowledge you need to stay safe while exploring Newfoundland’s wilds, let’s take a look at some of the more commonly found poisonous plants in Newfoundland.
Newfoundland is home to a wide variety of trees, each with its own unique history and properties that make them essential to the province’s culture and well-being.
Bees play a crucial role in our ecosystem, pollinating crops and flowers that provide food for both humans and wildlife. However, their populations have been declining in recent years due to factors such as habitat loss and pesticide use. By supporting local beekeepers, planting bee-friendly plants, and avoiding harmful pesticides, we can all do our part to protect these important pollinators
Iceberg Finder is a revolutionary website that provides travellers with real-time updates on where and when to view icebergs in Newfoundland. In this blog post, we will explore the amazing features of Iceberg Finder and how you can use it to enhance your Newfoundland experience.
Wintertime is the ultimate time for relaxing in an outdoor hot tub and stargazing. If you’ve had the fortune to enjoy an outdoor hot tub or
The fall in Newfoundland is spectacular for so many getaways romantic or not. Known for fine weather, sunny skies, and comfortable temperatures that extend further into the year than most other Canadian Provinces, there’s no better season to plan a romantic fall getaway.
If you’re wondering what the most dangerous animal is in the Canadian ocean or curious if anything in the Canadian ocean is poisonous, this article is for you. Not only is there a lot to choose from when it comes to deadly animals in Canada’s oceans, but the top things in the ocean that can kill you in Canada are also probably going to surprise you.
If you find yourself walking down the East Coast Trail this summer with a rumble in your tummy, just remember, you’re surrounded by food. With so much bounty in the woods here in Newfoundland, if you’re empowered with the knowledge of what plants are good to eat, you’ll never go hungry. We’re all used to getting food at the store, and sometimes we do silly things like drive to the store to buy something that’s actually growing right under our nose. This summer, discover the joys of foraging and get a chance to try new and delicious things you may otherwise never have been exposed to.