The Research Staff at the Fundy Geological Museum visit the Fossil Research Site at Wasson Bluff regularly through the year. The staff conduct field work to collect new fossils exposed by the tides, and also give public guided tours. As part of these visits a series of Panorama photographs have been captured. They are useful for monitoring erosion and identifying changes during the year.
Below is an sliding image that allows you to see the changes in the cliff from May 2016 to October 2016. In October the trees have leaves and there has been some erosion along the shore but no major cliff changes or erosive events.
Drag the slider from side to side to see the cliff change seasons from Spring to Fall.