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Go birdwatching

Québec is nothing short of an ornithologist's paradise. There are over 400 species of birds to discover in the sky, trees and shorelines, including Québec’s official bird, the snowy owl.

Learn more about local birds
Go birdwatching © TQ/Lavoie, Jean-Guy

Camp in the great outdoors

Experience the unforgettable feeling of falling asleep surrounded by the natural world. With over 850 campgrounds, you’ll be sure to find one that suits your budget, comfort level and the type of experience you are looking for.

Camp in Québec
Camp in the great outdoors © TQ/Helipress

Watch the St. Lawrence go by

The St. Lawrence is one of the longest rivers in the world. After it leaves the shores of Québec, it widens and fills with salty water to create a unique marine ecosystem with its own flora and fauna, and tides.

Discover the river
Watch the St. Lawrence go by © TQ/Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean/Y.Ouellet

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