The first glimpse of the worlds largest tides can be seen here at the mouth of the Bay of Fundy. Over 2 billion gallons of water (some suggest the equivalent of the amount of water in Lake Michigan) flows in and out of the bay twice a day. Tides in excess of 7 metres (25 feet) are the norm providing the opportunity for many dramatic pictures of coves and wharfs. With all the water, Charlotte Coastal Region is also a haven for many species of birds and many locations have natural marshes on migratory bird paths. Sunrises and sunsets also take advantage of the clear air and fluffy cloud formations to reveal awesome gold and red hues. Visit a bird marsh, walk on a wharf or hop on a boat and take a whale/nature tour – you won't regret it!