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Sherbrooke

Photo of Canada Geese and their goslings near a body of water.
Canada Geese © Destination Sherbrooke

PARK LUCIEN-BLANCHARD

With its beach and swimming area, picnic tables and playgrounds, Park Lucien-Blanchard brings lots of enjoyment to Sherbrooke families. Also located here is the Maison de l'eau, a facility offering a range of services, including a wildlife observation centre and nature interpretation activities. The main gateway to the region’s network of walking and cycling paths, Park Lucien-Blanchard also provides access to the Magog River and Lac-des-Nations through the rental of canoes, kayaks, and pedal boats. Keep your eyes open: there is always a creature close by!

Video of two bioecology technicians explaining the wildlife inventory in City of Sherbrooke parks.
TWO BIOECOLOGY TECHNICIANS
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Time: 02:07

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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