Get involved in conservation in Quebec

Participate in these citizen science activities or volunteering opportunities on your next trip in Quebec. As a visitor, you can help protect the nature of these precious places.

Become a citizen-biologist

A baby wood turtle on the grass.

Have you seen any turtles? Record their presence on the website. Thanks to your observations, scientists will be able to better achieve their conservation efforts.

La Mauricie National Park

Fort Lennox National Historic Site

Help rescue the Mingan thistle

A close up of a pink Mingan thistle flower.

Join the park’s team to save the Mingan thistle, an endangered plant. Participate in the monitoring of the colony by helping to make a detailed inventory of all the plants located on Niapiskau Island.

Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve

Watch the whales from shore

An adult and a child watching a whale from the shore.

Can you identify the 13 species of whales that frequent the waters of this marine park? Aid in their protection by observing them from the shore, sharing your observations on the website “Navigating Whale Habitat” project section on the iNaturalist app and help raise awareness of these species at risk.

Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park

Every act counts

Participants gather at the campground beach shelter to hear a talk about Parks Canada's species at risk restoration projects.

Learn how to act in nature and how to respect wildlife to keep these special places thriving for generations to come.

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