Montreal ZOO, private half day tour

As a visitor in Montreal you surely have plenty of choices of sites to explore. This private tour will take you and your group to The Ecomuseum, a zoo on the island of Montreal, home to 115 species, Canada’s largest number of fauna species from the St. Lawrence Valley.

As you wander the paths of the zoo or pause for a closer look from one of the zoo’s lookout platforms, you are touched by the variety and the beauty of these creatures.

During the winter the bears hibernate and the raccoons and porcupines don’t like the cold, but there are still plenty of other animals and birds to see.

Gray wolves perch atop a snowy hill, silent, wary, analyzing.

Closer scrutiny reveals a pure-white Snowy owl, blending into the winter background.

There are three reasons an animal or bird ends up at the zoo: it was founded injured, was rehabilitated by the experts, but could no longer survive in the wild; it was born in captivity; or it was found orphaned, and could not survive on its own.
* Duration: 3 to 5 hours
* Starts: Montreal, Canada
* Trip Category: Outdoor Activities >> Nature & Wildlife




As a visitor in Montreal you surely have plenty of choices of sites to explore. This private tour will take you and your group to The Ecomuseum, a zoo on the island of Montreal, home to 115 species, Canada’s largest number of fauna species from the St. Lawrence Valley.

As you wander the paths of the zoo or pause for a closer look from one of the zoo’s lookout platforms, you are touched by the variety and the beauty of these creatures.

During the winter the bears hibernate and the raccoons and porcupines don’t like the cold, but there are still plenty of other animals and birds to see.

Gray wolves perch atop a snowy hill, silent, wary, analyzing.

Closer scrutiny reveals a pure-white Snowy owl, blending into the winter background.

There are three reasons an animal or bird ends up at the zoo: it was founded injured, was rehabilitated by the experts, but could no longer survive in the wild; it was born in captivity; or it was found orphaned, and could not survive on its own.

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Stop At: Ecomuseum Zoo, 21125 Ch Ste-Marie, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC H9X 3Y7, Canada

As the one and only outdoor zoo on the island of Montréal, the Ecomuseum Zoo offers their visitors the opportunity to experience the wildlife of Quebec in an enchanting natural setting.

Duration: 2 hours