Birding tour at Danford Lake
On May 19, the Friends of Mont O’Brien Association, in collaboration with the Club des ornithologues de l’Outaouais (COO), offer a public tour, “The plentiful habitats of Mont O’Brien” (Danford Lake). Numerous habitats are represented in this reserve of biodiversity and its fauna and flora. Rendez-vous: starting at 7am at the Reserve’s main access, that can be reached via Highway 105, then Route 301, 20 km west of Kazabazua and 5 km west of Danford Lake. The gate will be open and we’ll wait there for you. Bring insect repellent and a snack. Your host will be Paula Armstrong (pauladalgaardarmstrong@gmail.) Your birding guides: Monique Boivin email@example.com or 819-639-9919, Hervé Tremblay and Claude Martineau firstname.lastname@example.org or 819-777-7060. We speak English.
If you need other directions and/or carpooling from Gatineau, contact Monique or Claude. Also check www.montobrienassociation.org.
For information about COO birding activities (mostly open to everyone), contact the Club via our web site www.coo.qc.ca .