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The Petitcodiac River, which flows into Shepody Bay, drains a 3,000 km2 watershed area situated at the far reaches of the Inner Bay of Fundy. It is the source of life of the most
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important ecosystem in south-eastern New Brunswick. The Mi’gmaq named the river Pet-Kout- Koy-ek, meaning ‘the river that bends like a bow’, An important historic transportation route, the Petitcodiac River and the Shepody Bay Estuary are important tidal systems influenced by the phenomenal Bay of Fundy tides (from 9 m to 14 m), uncovering kilometers of mudflats at low tide and nourishing some of the world’s greatest estuaries. Shepody Bay is home to a unique hemispheric shorebird refuge and the feeding grounds of the entire East Coast American shad fish population.