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Our conservation initiatives

Protecting Québec's emblematic species

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Our mission

The conservation of wildlife in their natural habitats is one of the cornerstones of the Ecomuseum Zoo's mission. Every year, zoo biologists get involved in scientific research, species surveys, monitoring, recovery teams, expert committees, and other conservation projects for reptiles, amphibians, birds, insects, and even Québec flora. Their fight for their survival is also our own.

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Atlas of amphibians and reptiles of Québec

Have you observed a reptile or an amphibian in the wild? Help our scientists collect vital data for the protection of these threatened species by reporting your sighting on the AARQ website, managed by the Ecomuseum Zoo.

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Our expertise

Our team of biologists is composed of experts dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and its habitats. Our biologists are involved in, manage and direct concrete conservation projects to protect Québec's threatened species.

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