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Gault Nature Reserve, Mont Saint-Hilaire

Gault Nature Reserve

Female Northern Cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis)

Black-capped Chicladee (Parus atricapillus)

Aquatic plants survey, ecology 331 field course 2010 (http://alextranphotography.com)

Forest fire at the Gault Nature Reserve Spring 2009 (Mellanie Thibeault)

Wood Frog (Rana sylvatica) (http://alextranphotography.com)

Lake Hertel in summer

Cardinal Flower (Lobelia cardinalis)

Small mammal sampling, ecology 331 field course 2010 (http://alextranphotography.com)

Nature Center restoration crew 2011

Deer Mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus)

Sampling lake Hertel, ecology 331 field course 2010 (http://alextranphotography.com)

Small mammal sampling, ecology 331 field course 2010 (http://alextranphotography.com)

Small mammal sampling, ecology 331 field course 2010 (http://alextranphotography.com)

Aquatic research back in the days

Salamander (http://alextranphotography.com)

Sampling lake Hertel, ecology 331 field course 2001

White-breasted Nuthatch (Sitta carolinensis)

Spider (http://alextranphotography.com)

Eastern Chipmunk (Tamias striatus)

Geography field class UQAM 2009

Turkey vulture (Cathartes aura)

Panorama from Pain de Sucre

Research Infrastructure devoted to the study of aquatic ecosystems

Gault House

Public Area

Searchers (http://alextranphotography.com)

Gault Nature Reserve of McGill University is a private Reserve which protects 1000 hectares of natural primeval forests of the St. Lawrence Valley. Situated at Mont-Saint-Hilaire approximately 40 km from Montreal, this panoramic natural landscape is ideal for discovering nature, teaching and university research. The public sector with 25 km of trail network is open 365 days per year for visitors' enjoyment.

Affiliated with the Faculty of Science of McGill University, the Gault team offers support to research and teaching of natural sciences while providing a wide range of services to the university community and the general public.