Greyhounds of the Sea

Fin whales (Balaenoptera physalus) are the second largest species of whale. They have been known to grow to up to 85 feet long!!! They are also commonly known as finners, finbacks, and common rorquals; however, their extraordinary speed has earned them their most...

Did you know?! Humpback whales are HEAVY!

Humpback whales are one of the most common whales we see while out whale watching in the Bay of Fundy. They are characterised by their long, white pectoral fins, the hump in front of their dorsal fin, and their unique fluke markings. Did you know that humpback whales...

Curious where our campers come from?

Whale Camp started out as a school field trip – can you believe it? Teachers Dennis and Orma Bowen started Whale Camp in 1984, bringing their students from Woodlynde School in Pennsylvania, USA up to Grand Manan Island in New Brunswick, Canada. They explored the...
Join our next Summer Discussion Event – August 12!

Join our next Summer Discussion Event – August 12!

Join us on Wednesday, August 12 at 7:30 pm ET for the second installment of our summer discussion series Turning the Tides: Changemakers in Ocean Science! This week our theme is Equity, Justice, and the Oceans. Activist and photographer Mo Phùng (she/her) discusses...