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To: V. Elliott
Of: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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V. Elliott
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Montreal, Quebec, Canada



Note
The island of Montreal is surrounded by nature areas where birds can be seen congregating especially during the migratory season. There is also an urban forest on Mount Royal in the middle of the city where many birds can be spotted (hawks, creepers woodpeckers).

I am an archaeologist and a Scout leader so I have long enjoyed nature and the outdoors. I am a casual member of Bird Protection Quebec which organizes many outings and activities which are free and open to the public.

Areas where I like to bird are Parc des Rapides (ducks, osprey, eagles, kestrel, kingfisher) Ile Bizzard (ducks, bittern, sandpipers, grebes) Mount Royal Cemetery (Eastern Bluebird boxes are set up) and Summit Woods (warblers in May & there is a resident Screech Owl).



Area and hotspots
Parc des Rapides, Ile Bizzard, Mount Royal Cemetery, Summit Woods

Local birds
Screech Owl, Eastern Bluebird, warblers, ducks, osprey, eagles, kestrel, kingfisher, bittern, sandpipers, grebes,



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