Protected areas - Birds
Your property may be located in Senneville’s migratory bird sanctuary, identified in the 1994 Migratory Birds Convention Act and the regulation on migratory bird sanctuaries.
If you plan on undertaking work on your property, it must be carried out without disrupting, harming or destroying migratory birds and their nests. The critical periods are nesting, breeding and migration. For these same reasons, it is forbidden to let a dog or cat circulate freely in a migratory bird sanctuary.
Guide for developing Beneficial Management Practices for Migratory Bird Conservation
Maps of atlas regions and squares
Calendar of nesting chronology
Migratory bird sanctuary regulations
What Happens to the Birds that Survive a Window Collision?
H5N1 virus reported in Québec
Learn more about the current situation and the measures in place on our Surveillance and control of avian influenza page, where you will also find instructions for how to safely dispose of wild bird carcasses.
Report sick or dead wild birds by calling 1 877-346‑6763