THE ZOO DE GRANBY IS INVOLVED IN THE WILD, ALL OVER THE WORLD!
Our scientists are involved in many projects, both here and overseas, that allow us to better understand animal behaviour. Thanks to their support, our experts also contribute to saving endangered species
2. Bat recovery in Québec
Threatened by the white-nose syndrome, habitat loss and roost destruction, bats need help.
10. Biodiversity and conservation in Granby's woodlands parks
Many actions have been undertaken by the Zoo de Granby and its collaborators. These include flora and fauna inventories, awareness raising programs, development of communication tools, monitoring the ecological integrity of the woodlands and their peripheral zone.
15. Conservation and ecotourism on the Saint-Quentin Island
The city of Trois-Rivières associated itself with several partners to valorize its wetlands, the flora and the fauna of this island at the confluence of the Saint-Lawrence and the Saint-Maurice Rivers.
Belugas, with their Canadian populations almost all found in the arctic, except for the endangered population in the Saint-Lawrence River, are truly considered as sentinels for the health of the ecosystems they are part of and upon which many other communities depend on.