|Gannets on Bonaventure Island|
|Ocean Endeavour through Percé Rock|
From here it was on to Percé, where we boarded the Zodiacs for a closer look at the famous Percé rock and the northern gannet colony on Bonaventure Island. The island is roughly circular in shape and measures a little over four square kilometres, and is one of the world's most accessible bird sanctuaries. In addition to nearly 50,000 gannets, the island is also a nesting site for seabirds like common murres, black guillemots, razorbills and a few puffins.
|Trying traditional quillwork, Lennox Island|
|Headed for the Confederation Bridge|
Adventure Canada's Mighty St. Lawrence cruise has been named by National Geographic as one of its “50 Tours of a Lifetime".
Next: on to Cape Breton Island.