Centre d'Interpretation Nature du Lac Boivin

Granby ( Cantons-de-l'Est )

The mission of the Centre d’interprétation de la nature du lac Boivin is to preserve a 1114-acre area composed of swamps, marshes, and forests. Classified an IBA (Important Bird Area), the marsh provides shelter and a rest area for many birds. Accessible year round, its trails featuring two 10-m towers and boardwalks, will take you into diverse habitats where small animals can be observed. More than 260 bird species observed. Chickadees and nuthatches frequently eat out of visitor’s hands. A trail map is available at the reception centre.

700 Rue Drummond, Granby, QC J2H 0K6
Exit 74 off Autoroute 10


How to get there: Google Maps

Categories: Sports and outdoor activities, Wildlife observation, Park and wildlife reserve, Hiking, Cycling

Card created: 06/2014 (last modified: 02/2015)

GPS coordinates: 45°24'55.01"N, 72°41'3.71"W

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(last modified: 02/2015)