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Newfoundland and Labrador are known for their large seabird colonies featuring Gannets and Puffins, as well as many other seabirds. In addition, Humpback Whales and other cetaceans are common here. Newfoundland has relatively few native mammals. Caribou are native but those we saw were too distant to photograph. The now widespread moose has expanded from 6 animals introduced just over a hundred years ago.
Ruddy Turnstone on its rockWhite-throated Sparrow in its bushSnowshoe Hare, Green Gardens Trail, Gros Morne NPGannet Threesome, Strait of Belle Isle, NewfoundlandWhite-sided Dolphins, Labrador SeaBlack-legged Kittiwakes, Labrador SeaDolphin splashCommon Tern, Red Bay, LabradorHumpback Whale, Strait of Belle Isle, off Blanc Sablon, QuebecTail of Humpback Whale, Strait of Belle Isle, off Blanc Sablon, QuebecTail of Humpback Whale, Strait of Belle Isle, off Blanc Sablon, QuebecTwo Humpback Whales, Strait of Belle Isle, off Blanc Sablon, QuebecBreaching Humpback Whale #1, off Blanc Sablon, QuebecBreaching Humpback Whale #2, off Blanc Sablon, QuebecBreaching Humpback Whale #3, off Blanc Sablon, QuebecBreaching Humpback Whale #4, off Blanc Sablon, QuebecFledgling Hermit Thrush, Gros Morne NPYellow Warbler, Gros Morne NPNashville Warbler, Gros Morne NPYellow Warbler, Gros Morne NP

Categories & Keywords
Category:Animals
Subcategory:Wildlife
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Keywords:Canada, Humpback Whale, Labrador, Newfoundland, Snowshoe Hare, dolphins, gannets, kittiwake, moose, puffins, seabirds, warblers