Tadoussac Bird Observatory (OOT)


750, ch. du Moulin-à-Baude,
Tadoussac (Quebec)
G0T 2A0
Phone: 418 232-6249
Toll free: 1 877 637-1877
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Périodes d’activités :
Opening hours :

May to eary June and late August to late October

Ottawa: 549 km
Montréal: 417 km
Québec: 189 km


The work and activities of the Tadoussac Bird Observatory (OOT) are carried out in the spring at Les Bergeronnes and in the fall at the dunes of Tadoussac. The dunes site is considered the best place in Quebec to observe migrating diurnal birds of prey. Visitors are invited to closely observe these great winged travelers and to witness the work of capturing and banding birds which takes place every morning in spring and autumn (activity canceled in the event of rain or strong winds) and autumn nights. Please note that individual visitors should expect an independent visit. There is no infrastructure or employee dedicated to visitors. Basic infrastructures are used for the scientific work of the employees of the OOT and visitors can observe this work. Groups can request a complete interpretation activity (priced) by a professional by contacting Explos-Nature.

Nearby activities

Ÿ Birdwatching

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