BACK IN SEPTEMBER
Did you know that a Canada goose stays faithful to its mate for life? That the brown-headed cowbird parasitizes the nest of other bird species? That the survival of the purple martin depends on man-made structures? Accompanied by experts in the field, discover the most beautiful bird songs of the region, the most vibrant colours in nature and an amazing world at a unique site – Île Saint-Bernard – where over 234 species have been identified so far. Birdwatching using binoculars, crafts for the youngest participants, dissection of regurgitated pellets, understanding of the migration phenomenon, games and much more for an unforgettable activity!
Anatomy and adaptation of birds depending on the season and habitat
Feeding habits, behaviour and knowledge of Québec’s threatened species
Motor skills: Practising balance, moving with obstacles and climbing.
Using simple tools
At the Marguerite-D’Youville wildlife sanctuary
Tous les cycles du primaire et secondaire
Half day: 2 1/2 hours
8,50 $+ taxes par élèves
Full day: 5 hours
14,25 $+ taxes par élèves
Mi-avril à mi-octobre
480 D'Youville boulevard
Châteauguay (Québec) J6J 5T9
Téléphone: 450 698-3133