Visitors are now welcome 7 days/week, 9 am to 4 pm, and must exit by 5 pm.
Members can access every day, 7 am to 5 pm.

Only pre-registered dogs have access. Find out about membership application and dog registration.

 

COVID-19   Sanitary Measures
DEBIT AND CREDIT PAYMENT ONLY.
UNIDIRECTIONAL TRAILS.

 

Macdonald Campus

Survival in the Wild: Useful Plants

1Jun201910:00
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13:00

Plants are your friends, but they can only help you if you get to know them first! In this activity, join Sarah Dixon to learn about the kinds of trees and forest plants that provide everything...

Going Wired?

Published: 24May2019

Read Scott Pemberton's article for the June issue of the Baie-D'Urfé News & Views

Communications from the Forest

Published: 24May2019

Read Scott Pemberton's article for the May issue of the Baie-D'Urfé News & Views

New tour added! Where the Wild Things Are

25May201909:00
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11:00

Explore the world of little creatures: insects, salamanders, frogs, etc. Take family and friends out on an excursion with tour guide Bryanna for some up close encounters with wildlife.Morgan...

SOLD OUT: Where the Wild Things Are

19May201910:00
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12:00

Please note this event is sold out: if you are interested in an event, don't wait to call to reserve your place!Morgan Arboretum Conservation Centre, 150 chemin des Pins, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue,...

(SOLD OUT) Forest Spring Flowers

11May201911:00
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12:30

**This event is now sold out! Remember to reserve early for events that interest you.Morgan Arboretum Conservation Centre, 150 chemin des Pins, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC, CA...

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Mother's Day at the Arboretum

12May201909:00
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16:00

For Mother’s Day, the Morgan Arboretum invites you to spend a day with your mother, stepmother, mother-in-law, and/or grandmother enjoying the spring ephemerals and making memories together.QC, CA...

What's in this Pond?

27Jul201910:00
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12:00

Join Sarah Dixon on a tour of the pond as a habitat for aquatic creatures. Using a net, we’ll scoop, search, and look through the muck to find insect larva, tadpoles, and maybe even a newt!Morgan...

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