Greenly Island, Canada

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The Ile Greenly is a Canadian island in the St. Lawrence Gulf on the south end of Belle Isle Road in eastern Quebec near the border with Labrador.

There are a lighthouse and a fishing settlement on the island. The island belongs to the municipality of Blanc -Sablon in the province of Quebec.

The rocky ground is covered by herbaceous vegetation. More than a dozen species of sea birds breed here, including Herring Gull, Ring-billed Gull and several species of terns, the Razorbill, black guillemot and puffin. Since 1925 Ile Greenly is reported together with Ile aux Perroquets as a bird sanctuary.

On April 13, 1928 Hermann Koehl, Ehrenfried Günther Freiherr von Hünefeld and the Irish Major James C. Fitzmaurice landed on Ile Greenly. With their Junkers W 33 "Bremen" them the first transatlantic flight from east to west was a success.