Whale watching in Atlantic Canada can be experienced in a number of spots including the Bay of Fundy between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, the feeding ground for such species as humpback, minke, pilot, fin, and the endangered North Atlantic Right whale. Whales can also be spotted off Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia and off the coast of Grand Manan Island in New Brunswick. Whale watching tours are available in Newfoundland and Labrador as well.
Wildlife viewing excursions can be taken in all four provinces, where you might be able to see moose, black bears, deer, and caribou. Even polar bears can be found in Labrador. Bird watchers might be able to spot bald eagles, herons, puffins, piping plovers, and other seabirds.