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Look carefully to discover the St. Lawrence’s marine mammals.

River giants

Look carefully to discover the St. Lawrence’s marine mammals.

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  •  GREMM

    Marine mammals have always fascinated me! I learned a lot about them when I visited the CIMM marine mammal interpretation centre, and was particularly impressed by the 13-m-long skeleton of a sperm whale! I had an opportunity to talk with researchers from the Group for Research on Marine Mammals (GREMM). They told me about the website Baleinesendirect.org, Whalesonline, where you can read about current events involving whales in the St. Lawrence and elsewhere.

    Address:   108 de la Cale Sèche, Tadoussac, Québec

    Phone number:   418-235-4701

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Panoramas

  •  Forillon

    This magnificent park, nestled between cliffs, forests and the sea, is at the end of the Gaspé Peninsula.

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  •  Cliffs of Forillon National Park

    This magnificent park, nestled between cliffs, forests and the sea, is at the end of the Gaspé Peninsula.

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  •  Tadoussac

    A choice destination for whale watching, this village located at the mouth of the Saguenay is home to the Marine Mammal Interpretation Center.

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  •  Old Harry’s rocks

    This breathtaking site is on Grosse-Île, northeast of the Magdalen Islands.

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  •  Cap de Bon-Désir

    The Cap de Bon-Désir Interpretation and Observation Centre, in Bergeronnes, is an ideal spot for observing marine mammals, which come very close to shore here.  

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  •  Magdalen Islands beach

    Found on Île du Havre-Aubert, on the Magdalen Islands, the West beach is ideal for long walks.

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  •  Saguenay—St. Lawrence Marine Park

    Thanks to the influx of deep, nutrient-filled waters, the Marine Park is a popular feeding area for marine mammals.

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  •  Whale watching in the Saguenay—St. Lawrence Marine Park

    This marine protected area is one of the best whale watching locations in the world.

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  •  The Prince Shoal Lighthouse

    Located in mid-River, at the mouth of the Saguenay Fjord, this lighthouse has been dubbed “The Top”.

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  •  Mouth of the Saguenay

    Between Tadoussac and Baie-Sainte-Catherine, are the cliffs of the fjord.

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  •  At the foot of the Île Bonaventure cliffs

    The island’s sheer cliffs are a choice location for many seabirds and other visitors!

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