The results of research carried out on Grand Manan Island in the early 1960s. Read the digital version FREE or purchase a printed copy at: The Freshwater Fishes of Grand Manan By Art MacKay in PLACES – GRAND MANAN 16 … Continue reading PLACES: The Freshwater Fishes of Grand Manan
A Natural History of Brier Island was originally published in 1977 as a report to Parks Canada about the feasibility of Brier Island as a marine park. We have had many requests for these reports through the years and this … Continue reading PLACES: A Natural History of Brier Island
During King William’s War, in 1689, when he was nine years of age, John Gyles was living with his family at Fort Charles. On 2 August, while labouring with his father Thomas near the new fort, he was taken prisoner … Continue reading HISTORY: Odd Adventures, Strange Deliverances in the Captivity of John Giles, Esq. 1736.
Are you a pirate fan? Howard Pyles Book of Pirates is one of the most influential books ever written. Read it now or bookmark it to read later. Continue reading READ NOW: Howard Pyle’s Book of Pirates
Environmental Data collected for Pittston Oil Refinery Hearings The following detailed report on the West Isles Area in the Passamaquoddy Region was prepared in 1979 in response to the proposed development of the Pittston Oil Refinery at Eastport Maine. It … Continue reading REFERENCES – ENVIRONMENT: Environmental Conditions in Head Harbour Passage and Vicinity, NB, Canada
THE WHITE-TAIL DEER RESOURCE FILE The following flipbook outlines some useful basic information about this species and describes the resources available in this file. Enlarge to full screen to get the full benefit of this presentation. Then download it free … Continue reading RESOURCE FILE: White-tailed Deer
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.
During the process of researching our coastal lighthouses, I ran across this publication. If you would like to experience things the way they were, then this is a really great read and source of information. [pdf-embedder url=”https://archiveatlantic.files.wordpress.com/2016/11/126ca-anchor-to-windward.pdf”%5D https://archive.org/stream/anchortowindward006018mbp?ui=embed#mode/2up Continue reading EXPLORE: Sailing the Downeast coast in the 1930s