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Welcome to our Guide to Cape Spear, St, John’s

Last modified on 2023-05-09. This page is dedicated to nature lovers and wildlife photographers who are looking to plan their visit to Cape Spear. Our aim is to provide you with comprehensive information about the park's wildlife and help you make the most out of your trip.

A landmark on the coast of Newfoundland with a lighthouse and view on the Ocean at this most East point of Canada

How to Get Here

No public transportation available. Using taxi or private car.

What to See Here

Dependent on the season there is a good chance to see whales passing by or surfacing nearby. Definitively a good place to see shorebirds.

Recent Photos of Species

Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae)
Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae)

Videos Recorded in Cape Spear

Videos are hosted on Muuuh's YouTube Channel.

Landscape Photos Taken in Cape Spear

Breaking wave at Cape Spear

Breaking wave at Cape Spear


NIKON D500; 150-600mm f/5.0-6.3; Focal Length 600mm; Exposure 1/2500; Aperture f/6.3; Iso 1250;

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Written and regularly updated by Karl-Heinz Müller, Dipl. Natw. ETH, Biology. With 10 years of experience in wildlife photography, Karl-Heinz shares first-hand, on-site collected observations, photos and videos from his frequent visits to Cape Spear.

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