Fort William, QC (Photo by Claude Duchaîne)

Fort William, QC (Photo by Claude Duchaîne)

Stories From the Field

  • Nature Days, Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve, Laurentians (Photo by Banque HSBC Canada)
    Nature Day in the Laurentians

    On July 19, around 30 young people from the Montreal summer camp La ruelle potagère became biologists in training during Nature Days in the Laurentians. The day was organized by the Nature Conservancy of Canada and funded by HSBC Bank Canada.
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  • Volunteer ornithologists, île de Grâce (Photo by SCIRBI)
    Ornithological outing on Île de Grâce

    On June 10, a volunteer ornithological inventory was conducted on Île de Grâce, in the archipelago of Lac-Saint-Pierre in the municipality of Sainte-Anne-de-Sorel.
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  • Conservation Volunteers activity at the Grondines swamp (Photo by NCC)
    Volunteers plant 250 trees to restore the Grondines Swamp

    This past June, for a second consecutive year, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) organized a volunteer tree planting event in the Grondines Swamp.
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  • Noah, Kaitlyn, Erin Hogg and a map turtle (Photo by Mark Tomalty and Ryan M Bolton)
    Kaitlyn and Noah’s encounter with turtles

    Today is World Turtle Day. To mark the occasion, our grandmother planned an outing for us to see the turtles at the Senneville Ecomuseum.
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  • McGill Outdoors Club, Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve, Laurentians (photo by Denis Bergeron)
    This winter, come enjoy the trails of the Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve in the Laurentians!

    At the start of the winter season, 10 generous volunteers from the McGill Outdoors Club came to lend a hand to the Comité régional pour la protection de falaises (CRPF) and the Amis de la reserve Alfred-Kelly (ARAK) to improve trail markings on 2.5 kilometres of trails in the Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve.
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  • Wetland and forest protected by NCC in Bristol, Quebec (Photo by NCC)
    Wetlands: Top of the biodiversity charts

    Lac Saint-Pierre is a perfect example of wetlands’ natural wealth. Recognized as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve for more than 10 years, this region is formed by a widening in the Saint Lawrence River between Sorel and Trois-Rivières.
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