The Newfoundland Pony is listed as a critically endangered species by Rare Breeds Canada. It is believed that there are fewer than 400 Newfoundland Ponies in North America with only 250 of these ponies able to be bred.

The Newfoundland Pony is listed as a critically endangered species by Rare Breeds Canada. It is believed that there are fewer than 400 Newfoundland Ponies in North America with only 250 of these ponies capable of breeding.

I want to touch an iceberg ... off the coast of Newfoundland.

We see stupendous ice sheets transformed by the sun, seawater and time, until they become small, glittering diamonds melting into the ever-rising global ocean.

"Jelly Bean Row"  in St. Johns, Newfoundland

Picture of Charming houses downtown St John's (aka Jelly Bean Row) St John's Harbour St John's Bay

Cape St. Mary's Ecological Bird Sanctuary In Newfoundland

Mary's Ecological Bird Sanctuary In Newfoundland by DISABLED_elenathewise on PhotoDune. Northern gannets at Cape St. Mary’s Ecological Bird Sanctuary in Newfoundland, Canada

Here’s Why You MUST Visit Newfoundland

Here’s Why You MUST Visit Newfoundland

Newfoundland is a unique visit. With craggy coast that juts out and falls away into the waves of the frigid Atlantic, here are a few reasons to go NOW.

A photo of the Canada Day fireworks lighting up the skies of Corner Brook, Newfoundland on July 1st 2012 by Candace Cunning.

A photo of the Canada Day fireworks lighting up the skies of Corner Brook, Newfoundland on July 2012 by Candace Cunning.

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