Lake

Beaver

This familial and hardworking animal is the emblem of Canada. It is one of the largest rodents. The adult can weigh up to 45 kg. Its fore limbs are delicate and agile whereas its hind limbs are large and palmed. Its tail is used as a rudder when it swims, as support when it walks […]

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Canada Goose

These birds are recognizable in the sky by their famous “V” shape. Their plumage is black with white patches on their cheeks, from the throat to the lower abdomen. In the spring, females will lay 4 to 8 eggs from the end of March to the beginning of May that will hatch 28 days later. […]

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Turtle

Measuring up to 25 cm, this pretty water turtle can be recognized by his dark green and orange-red striped skin. His shell is smooth and shiny. He can be found sometimes on a rock or a floating piece of wood in a lake, bathing in the sun. Back to Lake

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Goose

You can see multiple ducks on the lakes in the park. All year-round, the mallard duck swims on our lakes. You can also see the red-breasted merganser or common merganser and the hooded merganser, which are diving ducks. It is mostly in the summer that you will see the great wood duck as well as […]

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Great Blue Heron

Standing on his long legs, the great blue heron is often found around the lakes, waiting for a good catch. He is the tallest of the herons, with a grey coat, black crest and “eyebrows”, and pink neck. Like all the herons, he folds his neck in an S shape when he flies. Back to […]

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