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Cobequid Bay
Aerial photograph of the Cobequid Bay at low tide, looking towards the East.
Cobequid Bay is located in Nova Scotia
Cobequid Bay
Cobequid Bay
LocationEastern end of Bay of Fundy
Coordinates45°21′N 63°45′W / 45.350°N 63.750°W / 45.350; -63.750
River sourcesShubenacadie River Salmon River
Ocean/sea sourcesAtlantic Ocean
Basin countriesCanada

Cobequid Bay is an inlet of the Bay of Fundy and the easternmost part of the Minas Basin, located in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. The bay was carved by rivers flowing into the eastern end of the Bay of Fundy.[1]

The eastern end of the bay hosts the estuary of the Salmon River, whereas the west end of the bay is less well-defined, typically delineated by Burntcoat Head on the southern shore and Five Islands or Economy Mountain on the northern shore.

The highest tidal range in the world was measured at Burntcoat Head where average tidal ranges measure a 12.4 m (41 ft) vertical difference in water level between low tide and high tide.

The bay's name is derived from the Acadian spelling of We'kopekwitk, the Mi'kmaq name for the area. Acadian settlers came to this area in the early 1700s.

The bay is an Important Bird Area.[2]

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  1. ^ Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History. "Geology and Landscape Development". Archived from the original on 2011-06-10. Retrieved 2011-09-18.
  2. ^ "IBA Site Listing". Retrieved 2021-02-03.
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