La Mauricie National Park
Since the park's creation in 1970, La Mauricie National Park's conservation team has been actively working to understand, protect and restore the ecosystems of this natural treasure to maintain their ecological integrity. Learn more about the team’s efforts and how every visitor can help.
The conservation team closely monitors the health of the park. It makes it possible to take concrete action to protect plants and animals.
Find out how human activities have changed the forest, lakes and other waterways and what we are doing to help them.
The conservation team is committed to protecting the park's species, such as the wood turtle, the eastern wolf, the common loon and three endangered bats.
With our multimedia stories, follow the conservation team as it protects the park's ecosystems. For example, it conducts prescribed fires and removes logs and dams.
Help us prevent the spread of invasive species. Clean, drain and dry your personal watercraft before boating at the park. Buy your firewood in the park and burn it on site.
The conservation team works in consultation with regional stakeholders to maintain and restore the pathways animals use to move on land or in water.
Wildlife needs its space. It's important to always keep a safe distance from animals and avoid feeding them, for everyone's safety.
Over 50 years of conservation
- Date modified :