Canadian Cities

Sherbrooke

Photo of several Snow Geese on water.
Snow Geese ©Daniel Jeanson

ST. FRANCIS RIVER

The City of Sherbrooke is located at the confluence of the Magog and St. Francis rivers. The St. Francis River, 230 kilometres long, was once one of Quebec’s great salmon rivers. Today, anglers can catch Bass, Pike, Perch, and many other species. Waterfowl seem to enjoy the rest area in the Bromptonville sector. The Snow Goose stops there during its migratory period.

Photo album

Photo of a raccoon lying in a pipe, with its front paws stretched out.
Photo of a close-up of a Mallard Duck standing with its feet in water, side view.
Photo of two Painted Turtles on driftwood, over a body of water.

Photo of Canada Geese and their goslings near a body of water.
Photo a several people fishing from a riverbank, photo taken from the water.
Photo of a Peregrine Falcon perched on an eavestrough against a red brick wall.

Photo of several Snow Geese on water.
Photo of a close-up of a Least Bittern on a branch, side view, head turned to the left.
Photo of a bullfrog at rest on vegetation in the water.

Photo of a close-up of a Black-Capped Chickadee perched on a branch.
Photo of a Barred Owl on a branch seen through the green leaves of a maple tree, frontal  view.
Photo of a White-Tailed Deer in a wooded area, frontal  view.

Photo of a Bog Copper Butterfly sitting on an evergreen branch, seen from above.

Map of the City of Sherbrooke

Sherbrooke city map

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