Centre d’interprétation de la nature du lac Boivin (CINLB), Granby
October 28 @ 08:00 - 12:00
This is a walking trip, with extensive trails throughout the park and an observation tower overlooking Lac Boivin. The park offers a variety of habitats including the lake itself, wooded trails and areas of open fields and brushy areas. There should be a good selection of species, including migrating songbirds, ducks, geese and, hopefully, a few surprises. Bring along some bird seed as the chickadees, white- breasted and red-breasted nuthatches are very friendly here and always looking to feed from the hands of the visitors.
Guide: Sheldon Harvey |450-462-1459 |Cell # on Saturday morning 514-637-2141 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Time: 8:00 a.m. Half Day
Meet in the CINLB parking lot, 700 rue Drummond, Granby, Quebec
Directions: This site is approximately 75 minutes from the South Shore side of Champlain Bridge.
From the Champlain Bridge, follow the Eastern Townships Autoroute (Hwy 10) to Exit 68. Turn right off the exit onto boul. Daniel Bouchard (Hwy 139). Follow boul. Daniel Bouchard into Granby, crossing Hwy 112 and continuing past Granby Zoo. Continue on boul. Daniel Bouchard to the intersection with rue Drummond. Turn right onto rue Drummond. The free parking for the CINLB will be on your left.