The Fundy National Park is located on the southeastern shore of New Brunswick in Canada. The shoreline offers the sea in all its variations of mood and color. The coastline also offers a close view of the great and mighty tides that sweeps in and out of the Bay of Fundy. High tides fill the Bay to the brim while low tides leave dry beaches stranded. The Fundy National Park was established in 1948. Its size is 50,900 acres and is considered one of Canada's smallest national parks. The Fundy forest is composed of a variety of trees such as red spruce, balsam fir white birch, and many more.
Title: Nature's Heritage: Canada's National Parks
Author: D.M. Baird
Title: Fundy National Park