Muuuh Wildlife Photography


A small town on the edge of Saguenay river flowing into St. Lawrence river located on the Northern shore of Saint Lawrence River about 200km North-East from Quebec City. The location is best known for being a starting point of whale-watching tours.

How to Get Here

To visit Tadoussac, traveling by train or bus from Montreal to Quebec City which takes about 4 hours. No need for transfer. From Quebec City to Tadoussac, I take a bus. Another 4.5 hours trip. Train and buses terminal in Quebec City are side by side.

What to See Here

Place to spot all type of migratory birds in Spring, shorebirds and whales in summer. It’s a small town with plenty of natural habitat around.

Photos Taken in Tadoussac

Bay of Tadoussac

Bay of Tadoussac

Moody weather on our day of departure from this spectacular place to watch birds and whales.

Tadoussac - 2013-08-20

Canon PowerShot SX50 HS; 4.3-215mm; Focal Length 18mm; Exposure 1/60; Aperture f5.0; Iso 125;

Chapel of Tadoussac

Chapel of Tadoussac

The red roof of this chapel is landmark of Tadoussac. Usually roofs of churches in Quebec are silver. Not this one.

Tadoussac - 2013-08-19

Canon PowerShot SX50 HS; 4.3-215mm; Focal Length 25mm; Exposure 1/320; Aperture f5.0; Iso 80;

Bay of Tadoussac

Bay of Tadoussac

A single boat on the sea seen from the beach in Tadoussac. A common subject, I use to photography again and again over the years.

Tadoussac - 2013-08-18

Canon PowerShot SX50 HS; 4.3-215mm; Focal Length 20mm; Exposure 1/500; Aperture f5.0; Iso 80;

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