FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 23rd, 2018 The Federation of Independent Sea Harvesters of Newfoundland and Labrador (FISH-NL) says a dramatic decline in northern cod below 1992’s moratorium level reflects “epic” mismanagement that isn’t characteristic of the federal Department of Fisheries … Continue reading FISH-NL calls for independent investigation of ‘epic’ mismanagement of northern cod stock by Department of Fisheries & Oceans
Abandoned mines and deserted islands, Zodiac boat rides and foraged meals … all this awaits you in Newfoundland. Join us for a week full of adventure, storytelling, and windswept landscapes. We’ll visit three of Newfoundland’s most unique and historic locations: … Continue reading EXPLORE: Now here is a trip I would like to take!! Secrets of Newfoundland
Just finished this update. Great for your wall in the office, camp, or home and as a handout for school. Trout and Char of the North Atlantic By Art MacKay in FISH & FISHING 2 pages, published 3/11/2017 This infographic … Continue reading INFOGRAPHIC: Trout & Char of the North Atlantic.
The Glooscap legends Illustrated with new enhanced images By Art MacKay in Native American 32 pages, published 2/18/2017 Glooscap or Glooskap is featured in legends and stories from New England to Newfoundland and Labrador. In fact, recent writers have speculated … Continue reading Glooscap Legends Illustrated – printed or digital
Glooscap’s Legends – Just finished digitally enhancing Glooscap Legend images from 1884. Check it out. There are stories from up and down the coast. Choose your favorite canvas prints, framed prints, greeting cards if you wish. All products are produced on-demand, … Continue reading Art MacKay – Glooscap’s Legends – Art for Sale
21 Sep 2011 By Margie Goldsmith The Huffngton Post View source article I plunge into the 32-degree waters off Bell Island, Newfoundland and descend with my dive buddy to the S.S. Saganaga. This former iron ore carrier — along with … Continue reading EXPLORE: Diving Newfoundland’s World War II shipwrecks
Great Auks, drawn by John James Audubon in Birds of America. UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH/PUBLIC DOMAIN On December 20, 1792, the whaling ship Asia was making its way through the Desolation Islands, in the Indian Ocean, when the crew decided to stop … Continue reading What’s A Woggin? A Bird, a Word, and a Linguistic Mystery | Atlas Obscura
Whale Alert – Reducing Ship Strikes – Worldwide Whale Alert helps reduce the chance of fatal ship strikes by large vessels by displaying active whale management areas, required reporting areas, recommended routes, areas-to-be-avoided and near real-time warnings in shipping lanes … Continue reading WHALES: Reducing Ship Strikes Worldwide with Whale Alert App