Grab your binoculars!

Become a citizen biologist! Watch out for loons and their young on lakes in the park and keep note of your observations. Using your data, scientists can measure the results of efforts made to protect them which have been in place since 1987.

La Mauricie National Park

Common Loon

La Mauricie National Park
Photo: Parks Canada/P.O. Boudreault

Capelin on the Cape

Visit the educational exhibit on forage fish. Become a citizen-scientist and share your photos of “rolling” fish on eCapelin.ca. You’ll be taking part in World Wildlife Fund (WWF) efforts to conserve their habitats and manage the fisheries sustainably.

Forillon National Park

Four interpretative panels along a path.

Forillon National Park

Mini BioBlitz

Get up close and personal at the fort with its incredible biodiversity. Try to spot birds, turtles, frogs and different plants along the lock canal, the Delisle River and the St. Lawrence River. Join a guide and enjoy a BioBlitz Box.

Coteau-du-Lac National Historic Site

A frog in the water.

Coteau-du-Lac National Historic Site