Fiddlehead Statues of Plaster Rock, New Brunswick

They stand at 25 feet in height. They are constructed of wood with a chainsaw. They were built for the Canadian fiddlehad festival which is held annually at Plaster Rock. Fiddleheads have long been a delicacy for the residents of the Tobique River valley. They are picked in the early spring before the fiddleheads open into ferns.