Come visit the site of the world's oldest reptiles!
The Joggins fossil cliffs have been studied for almost 200 years and exciting new discoveries are still being made!
The next discovery could be made by YOU!
Gems and minerals from the Parrsboro shore have been world famous for hundreds of years!
Join us to learn about the many varieties of crystals, rocks and minerals of the Bay of Fundy!
Visit the site of Canada's oldest dinosaurs!
Visitors have been searching for and collecting amazing gemstones at Cape Blomidon for almost two hundred years. Learn how they formed in a variety of colours and patterns in ancient lava flows!
Collect your own gemstone on our Fundy Treasure Hunt Jewelry Tour and have it made into a special piece of jewelry!
“There is no living person who knows the Joggins cliffs better, or who has made more important fossil discoveries than Brian. You will not forget a trip with this amazing discoverer."
- Dr. John Calder
Nova Scotia Provincial Geologist
"Brian is more than just a tour guide. He is a citizen scientist, and one of the foremost authorities on the Joggins Fossil Cliffs. His fossil discoveries,~30 years of experience and the respect of the scientific community has led him to work with some of the leading scientists in Carboniferous paleontology. He has a unique ability to convey that passion and excitement for fossils to all that will listen regardless of age or level of education. He's the guy paleontologists go to to learn about Joggins Fossils."
- Matt Stimson
Assistant Curator of Geology at the New Brunswick Museum
"Brian is one of the most knowledgeable people you’ll meet when it comes to the history and fossil secrets held in the Joggins cliffs!"
- Dr. Hillary Maddin
Professor of Vertebrate Paleontology and Evolutionary Developmental Biology at Carleton University
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200 years ago today, October 13th, 2020, Sir William Dawson was born in Pictou Nova Scotia.
He was a brilliant man and had a remarkable life. He is the author of my favourite book, Acadian Geology, which was first printed in 1855 and is more enjoyable every time I read it.
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