We hike through Gros Morne National Park of Canada to check out the unusual geology and rich bio-diversity of this area, including many, many moose. The unique rocks have contributed to the world's understanding of plate tectonics, and the park has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We explore the Bay of Islands with a young conservationist from the nearby town of Deer Lake. Jay explains why Newfoundland's West Coast is a geologist's dream due to the upheaval of the earth millions of years ago. He also explains why most of the Newfoundland's population lives on the East Coast. In Jay's Gee! Ology, Jay explains how organic matter is constantly recycled- through composting.