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Whale Study Week

Every summer the caplin arrive off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador and move to the beaches to spawn. These small baitfish support some of the planet's largest gatherings of whales and seabirds, including puffins, murres, and kittiwakes. Shearwaters from the Azores and seabirds from the Antarctic arrive to participate in this feeding frenzy. Newfoundland legend holds that the codfish come in from the Grand Banks to pursue the caplin too. As long as we have healthy near-shore caplin stocks, you can expect amazing vacations with wildlife in their natural habitat with Adventure Newfoundland.

Every summer the caplin arrive off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador and move to the beaches to spawn. These small baitfish support some of the planet's largest gatherings of whales and seabirds, including puffins, murres, and kittiwakes. Shearwaters from the Azores and seabirds from the Antarctic arrive to participate in this feeding frenzy. Newfoundland legend holds that the codfish come in from the Grand Banks to pursue the caplin too. As long as we have healthy near-shore caplin stocks, you can expect amazing vacations with wildlife in their natural habitat with Adventure Newfoundland.