Fly from panorama to panorama to discover the St. Lawrence’s seabirds.
Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area
I went hiking in the Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area, visited the Interpretation Centre and watched the thousands of snow geese that stop here during their migration. Did you know that this a Wetland of International Importance?
Address: 570 chemin du Cap Tourmente, Saint-Joachim, Québec
Phone number: 418-827-4591
The Biodôme is a genuine oasis in downtown Montréal! There, I was transported to the loveliest ecosystems in the Americas. I was even able to discover the wildlife found in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. This glass dome is a magnificent, amazing space for life!
Address: 4777 avenue Pierre-De Coubertin, Montréal, Québec
Phone number: 514-868-3000
The Thousand Islands archipelago in Ontario is a magnificent region, extremely rich in history and biodiversity. At the Aquatarium, I dove into discovering the River’s wildlife and its geological history! I was even able to visit several old ships. Loved it!
Address: 6 Broad Street, Brockville, Ontario
Phone number: 613-342-6789
Refuge faunique Marguerite-D’Youville
There’s nothing like a visit to the Refuge faunique Marguerite-D'Youville to discover the St. Lawrence’s wetlands. In my opinion, this wildlife preserve is home to one of the most beautiful marshes in the Montréal area. And what a view of the River and the city! I loved walking the trails with the audioguide and dong the exciting digital rally.
Address: 480 boulevard D’Youville, Île Saint-Bernard, Châteauguay, Québec
Phone number: 450 698-3133
At the foot of Cap-Alright
This majestic cliff, with its three tones of red, rises on Île du Havre aux Maisons.
Cap-Tourmente National Wildlife Area
With its wooded cliffs and brackish marsh, this protected site is a sanctuary for many bird species.
Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé National Park
Île Bonaventure is known for the thousands of northern gannets inhabiting it.
With its giant, surprisingly-shaped monoliths, Anse des érosions (Île Quarry) has an air of mystery…
This village in southern Gaspésie is known for its tidal lagoon, which formed between two sand bars.
Baie de Bon-Désir
Situated on the shores of the municipality of Bergeronnes, this bay opens onto the Saguenay—St. Lawrence Marine Park.
The Gulf of St. Lawrence ecosystem reproduced at the Montreal Biodôme enables visitors to discover a wide range of species inhabiting this region.
Île Bonaventure cliffs
The island’s sheer cliffs are a choice location for many seabirds and other visitors!
Refuge faunique Marguerite d'Youville marsh
Located on Île Saint-Bernard, in Châteauguay, this wildlife preserve, rich in wetlands, is a paradise for many wildlife species.