Park Bernard-Landry, Laval
A lovely park with a small pond and a creek located near the river Prairies which separates the Island of Montreal from the Island of Laval. Can be easily accessed by metro.
How to Get Here
Take the metro line orange till station Cartier. Walk 15 minutes South. Starting in May, the park is easily accessible by bike from Montreal and Laval.
What to See Here
Primary destination in May to observe and record American bullfrog, Green Frog, and Wood ducks. Occasionally, you may spot birds of prey and foxes. It’s a large park with different good spots for birdwatching.
Videos Recorded in Park Bernard-Landry, Laval
- American Black Duck (Anas rubripes) Preening
Published May 26, 2022 - Duration [02:15] - Views 27 - Likes 2
- Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus) feeding Hatchlings
Published Jun 7, 2020 - Duration [01:53] - Views 127 - Likes 3
- Calls of Frogs: Green Frog (Lithobates clamitans)
Published May 27, 2020 - Duration [00:15] - Views 7474 - Likes 22
- Mallard Ducklings Foraging - Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos)
Published May 26, 2020 - Duration [00:56] - Views 147 - Likes 2
- Calls of Frogs: American Bullfrog (Rana Catesbeiana)
Published Jun 25, 2019 - Duration [00:31] - Views 108891 - Likes 206
- Feeding Hatchlings Northern Flicker (Colaptes auratus)
Published Jun 25, 2019 - Duration [01:25] - Views 86 - Likes 0
- Calls of Frogs: Northern Leopard Frog (Lithobates pipiens)
Published May 18, 2019 - Duration [00:46] - Views 512 - Likes 6
- Foraging Solitary Sandpiper (Tringa solitaria)
Published May 13, 2019 - Duration [00:34] - Views 413 - Likes 8
- Preparing a Nest Northern Flicker (Colaptes auratus)
Published May 12, 2019 - Duration [03:15] - Views 77 - Likes 1
Videos are hosted on Muuuh's YouTube Channel.
Photos Taken in Park Bernard-Landry, Laval
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