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Eagles Dominate [Video]

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Eagles Dominate #bayoffundy

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We are summarizing aquatic ecology in the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, Canada. Please take some time to research the Bay of Fundy and its importance to the larger aquatic ecosystem. It’s a powerful body of water that marches into the empty bay each day, filling it with 100 billion tons of water in six hours; It takes another six hours to drain and it starts over again.

The eagle love fish and many species call the bay home from tiny invertebrate all the way up the food chain to large whales, who seasonally return to the fish rich waters. It’s not all good news and the fish species that are here have changed over time. The eagles have adapted.

It’s our home, our little cabin at the shore and a great refuge for many large birds like bald eagles, osprey and blue herons. We spend time watching the birds hunt from our unique property and some even built their homes in our trees.

We suspect open range chickens are back on the landscape after many years. There are remnants of a really old homestead previously found on our shoreline property. Eagles have demonstrated they are not interested in our chickens…yet!

Our ant problem is with the European red fire ants and are not native to this island; they have taken control of the coastal Acadian Forests, without any natural prey. We are not using chemical instead like my relatives, and the early settlers used chickens as prey on the island to eat these foreigner’s (our chickens will hopefully eat these killer ants … stay tuned).

These ants exist in higher population density here than in their native environment, says a report out of the university of Maine, which was focusing on European red fire ants in this area (Atlantic coastline and Acadian forest region). Killer Ant video coming soon.

If you like, I will tag a related video of ours along this topic. Enjoy.

Have a great day.

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